Cyberspace Law and Policy Office
A joint entity of the Center for Business Law and Regulation; Center for Law, Technology, and the Arts; and the Cox Center, the Cyberspace Law and Policy Office was created in 2008 to serve as a hub for programs and research related to the impact of digital technology on our increasingly globalized community.
The Office hosts research projects, symposia, visiting professors and professionals, and works with the Case Western Reserve Journal of Law, Technology & the Internet (JOLTI) to foster cross-cultural dialogue about how the growth of cyberspace affects our understanding of social, economic, educational, and political issues.
LTA -JOLTI Symposium January 28, 2011
presented by the Center for Law, Technology & the Arts and Journal of Law, Technology & the Internet (JOLTI)
Jan 28: “Exploring the Current Debate over Patenting Life”
8:30 AM-2:45 PM * Moot Courtroom (A59)
For more information, contact:
Prof. Jacqueline Lipton, Ph.D.
Director, Cyberspace Law and Policy Office
Associate Dean for Faculty Research and Development
Associate Director, Frederick K. Cox Internaitonal Law Center
Co-Director, Law, Technology, and the Arts
Contact the Center
The Cox Center awards up to 35 grants every summer to support international law internships around the globe.