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.
Preserving an Independent Judiciary in Turbulent Times, Kathleen M. O'Malley
The Intellectual Property System of the U.S. and Its Discontents (Program), Michael A. Jacobs
The Cryptopicon: The Legal, Ethical, and Intellectual Implications of "Big Data", Siva Vaidhyanathan
The United States Register of Copyrights (Program), Marybeth Peters
Copyright and the Dead Sea Scrolls (Program), David Nimmer