Mossoff Participates in Epstein Scholarship Symposium
Professor Adam Mossoff was invited to join a prestigious group of legal scholars in the Tulsa Law Review 8th Legal Scholarship Symposium celebrating the scholarship of Richard A. Epstein of the University of Chicago. Held on March 26–27 at the University of Tulsa College of Law, the symposium featured presentations in which Epstein's scholarship was discussed and critiqued by premier legal scholars.
In addition to Mossoff, symposium participants included Douglas G. Baird, University of Chicago Law School; Robert C. Ellickson, Yale Law School; Lee Fennell, University of Chicago Law School; Michele B. Goodwin, University of Minnesota Law School; F. Scott Kieff, The Hoover Institution and Washington University in St. Louis School of Law; Marla Mansfield, University of Tulsa College of Law; Richard H. McAdams, University of Chicago Law School; and Catherine M. Sharkey, New York University School of Law.
Epstein, an internationally recognized legal scholar, is the James Parker Hall Distinguished Service Professor of Law at the University of Chicago, where he has taught since 1972. He also has been the Peter and Kirstin Bedford Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution since 2000. He currently is a director of the John M. Olin Program in Law and Economics.
Mossoff's presentation and essay for the symposium issue of the Tulsa Law Review is entitled, "Simple Rules for Complex Innovation: Intellectual Property as Property." A copy of the abstract is available here.