U law students explore curbing opioid addiction through the lens of regulatory issues in new course – When University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law professor Teneille Brown presented research related to opioid addiction and legal issues to a group of county commissioners last fall, the atmosphere in the room could be summed up in one word: Desperate.
Intellectual property expert helps pave a path for open science – Future lawyers enrolled in Professor Jorge Contreras’s property law course may not remember every detail of the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2005 decision in Kelo v. New London or its impact on eminent domain law, but they do have something to help jog their memories.
Leslie Francis continues her work on privacy and disability law and ethics.
Erika George, who has recently joined in the activities of the Center, is finishing her book, Incorporating Rights, on corporate social responsibility—which features discussions of the global responsibilities of pharmaceutical companies.
Amelia Rinehart continues to serve as Associate Dean for Faculty Research and Development and has added responsibilities as chair of our dean search committee. Her article “E. Bement & Sons v. National Harrow Company: The First Skirmish Between Patent Law And The Sherman Act” was recently published in the Syracuse Law Review symposium on forgotten (but critically important) cases in intellectual property law.