January 5, 2023
8:00 am - 9:40 am
Session Type: Section Programs
Session Capacity: N/A
Room: Point Loma
Floor: First Floor, South Tower
Indigenous intellectual property has become a transformational battleground for racial justice movements and key space for exercising Indigenous sovereignty in the twenty-first century. From campaigns to compel the retirement of disparaging trademarks, to litigation to defend Tribal names and cultural designs from misappropriation, to development of local and international policy to support Indigenous creatives and inventors, Indigenous peoples are harnessing intellectual property law while also working to push its boundaries. In this panel, we ask what scholars and law schools can do to build legal infrastructures that better support Indigenous culture, creativity, innovation, and other forms of Indigenous IP.
Business meeting at program conclusion.
Organization: Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law
Organization: University of Dayton School of Law
Organization: Georgetown University Law Center
Organization: The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law
- Indian Nations and Indigenous Peoples, Co-Sponsored by Intellectual Property - Indigenizing Intellectual Property: $0.00