Professor Trimble Writes on Intellectual Property Law and Geography
This month Oxford University Press will publish the Handbook of Intellectual Property Research: Lenses, Methods, and Perspectives, edited by Professors Irene Calboli and Maria Lilla Montagnani. The Handbook includes my chapter entitled “Intellectual Property Law and Geography,” in which I explore the various facets of the research prism that puts a geography lens on IP law. I describe the existing research avenues and suggest potential routes that “IP law and geography” could take in the future.
Other chapters in the Handbook discuss IP law and data privacy, IP law and human rights, IP and semiotics, IP and open innovation, IP and feminism, IP and morality, IP and religion, and other research prisms that enrich the research of IP law.