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The papers presented at this symposium will be published by the Boston College Law Review. Draft versions of the papers will be posted on this web page as they become available. Please do not quote or cite these draft papers without permission from the authors.


Stacey Dogan, Northeastern University
Paper: An Exclusive Right to Evoke

Michael Geist, University of Ottawa
Paper: Cyberlaw 2.0: New Laws and New Borders

Justin Hughes, Cardozo Law School
Paper: The Internet and the Persistence of Law

Joseph Liu, Boston College
Paper: Copyright Law's Theory of the Consumer

Michael Madison, University of Pittsburgh
Paper: Rights of Access and the Shape of the Internet

Michael Meurer, Boston University
Paper: Controlling Frivolous and Anti-Competitive Intellectual Property Litigation

Ruth Okediji, University of Oklahoma
Paper: Trading Posts in Cyberspace: Law, Custom and the Construction of Proprietary Interests in the Digital Economy

R. Anthony Reese, University of Texas
Paper: The First-Sale Doctrine in the Era of Digital Networks

Jonathan Zittrain, Harvard University
Paper: Legislating Code



Dan Burk, Julius E. Davis Professor of Law
University of Minnesota
Graeme Dinwoodie, Professor of Law
Chicago-Kent Law School
Andrew Feinberg, V.P. & General Counsel
Lycos, Inc.
Wendy Gordon, Paul J. Liacos Scholar-in-Law Professor of Law
Boston University
Thomas Hemnes, Partner
Foley Hoag, LLP
Andrew McLaughlin, V.P. & Chief Policy Officer
Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers
David Perla, V.P. Business & Legal Affairs
Mitch Singer
Sony Pictures
Alfred Yen, Professor of Law
Boston College


Ann Bartow, University of South Carolina
Shubha Ghosh, University of Buffalo, SUNY
Maureen O'Rourke, Boston University



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