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Professor Carol M. Rose

April 13, 2020 Houston Law Review Season 1 Episode 8
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Professor Carol M. Rose
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Professor Carol M. Rose
Apr 13, 2020 Season 1 Episode 8
Houston Law Review

In this episode, Professor Carol M. Rose speaks by phone with Editor in Chief Drew Padley to discuss her career and recent Houston Law Review article, which can be found at the link below:

Carol M. Rose, Cold Corpses, Hot News, and Dead IP: The Reasons for and Consequences of a Legal Status of No-Property, 57 Hous. L. Rev. 377 (2019).

The article was presented at the UHLC Institute for Intellectual Property and Information Law (IPIL) National Conference in Santa Fe, NM in May 2019.

Professor Rose is now retired but was most recently teaching at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law. Previously, she was a professor at Yale, Northwestern, and Stanford. Professor Dave Fagundes (UHLC) writes, in the introduction to the symposium issue containing Professor Rose's article, that she is "part of the pantheon of great American property scholars."

Special thanks to podcast sponsor, Vinson & Elkins.

For more on the Houston Law Review, please visit houstonlawreview.org

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Show Notes

In this episode, Professor Carol M. Rose speaks by phone with Editor in Chief Drew Padley to discuss her career and recent Houston Law Review article, which can be found at the link below:

Carol M. Rose, Cold Corpses, Hot News, and Dead IP: The Reasons for and Consequences of a Legal Status of No-Property, 57 Hous. L. Rev. 377 (2019).

The article was presented at the UHLC Institute for Intellectual Property and Information Law (IPIL) National Conference in Santa Fe, NM in May 2019.

Professor Rose is now retired but was most recently teaching at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law. Previously, she was a professor at Yale, Northwestern, and Stanford. Professor Dave Fagundes (UHLC) writes, in the introduction to the symposium issue containing Professor Rose's article, that she is "part of the pantheon of great American property scholars."

Special thanks to podcast sponsor, Vinson & Elkins.

For more on the Houston Law Review, please visit houstonlawreview.org

Twitter | @HoustonLRev
Instagram | @HoustonLRev
Facebook | @HoustonLRev
LinkedIn | The Houston Law Review