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Professor Neil Netanel

Neil Netanel is a Professor of Law at the University of California at Los Angeles School of Law. He writes and teaches in the areas of copyright, international intellectual property, and media and telecommunications. Professor Netanel earned his J.S.D. from Stanford University, JD from the University of California at Berkeley, and BA from Yale University. His recent books and book projects include Copyright’s Paradox (Oxford University Press, 2008); The Development Agenda: Global Intellectual Property and Developing Countries (Neil Weinstock Netanel ed., Oxford University Press, 2008); and From Maimonides to Microsoft: The Jewish Law of Copyright Since the Birth of Print (Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2010) (with David Nimmer).

Prior to joining the UCLA School of Law faculty in 2004, Professor Netanel was the Arnold, White & Durkee Professor of Law at the University of Texas School of Law. He has also taught as a visitor at Harvard Law School, New York University School of Law, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law, Haifa University Faculty of Law, Tel-Aviv University Faculty of Law, and University of Toronto Faculty of Law.

Public Lecture: Making Sense of Fair Use
February 16, 2010
6pm, Lewis & Clark Law School, Room 7
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