The Stanley H. Mervis Lectureship in Intellectual Property was created in memory of Stanley Mervis in 2003 by his family and friends. Mervis, a member of the William & Mary Law School Class of 1950, was patent counsel for Polaroid Corporation for most of his career and was actively involved in important patent and intellectual property issues.

2016

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Mass Digitization of Cultural Heritage: Why Copyright Obstacles Must be Overcome (Program), Pamela Samuelson

2013

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The Intellectual Property System of the U.S. and Its Discontents (Program), Michael A. Jacobs

2012

The Cryptopicon: The Legal, Ethical, and Intellectual Implications of "Big Data", Siva Vaidhyanathan

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The Cryptopticon: The Legal, Ethical, and Intellectual Implications of "Big Data" (Program), Siva Vaidhyanathan

2011

Digital Copyright and the New Economics of Online Content, Kurt Wimmer

2007

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The United States Register of Copyrights (Program), Marybeth Peters

2006

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Copyright and the Dead Sea Scrolls (Program), David Nimmer