Spotlight: Shui Li

We 'Heart' Our Students: Shui Li Shui Li turned her summer internship with a Minneapolis patent litigation firm into fall employment.

Activities and Scholarship

Lisa Alexander presented her essay, "Gentrification and the Regulation of Urban Artistic Expression," at Law, Urban Space and the Regulation of Artistic Expression, a symposium hosted by the Fordham Urban Law Journal. The symposium, held in New York City in February, was co-sponsored by Fordham Law School, the Fordham Urban Law Center, the Urban Studies Program at Fordham University, and the Fordham Art Law Society.

Steph Tai's article, "Food Systems Law from Farm to Fork and Beyond," appears in the Spring 2015 issue of Seton Hall Law Review.

Shubha Ghosh gave two presentations, "What is an Exceptional Case?: Does It Matter?" and "Demarcating Nature after Myriad," at the Works in Progress Intellectual Property Colloquium, held at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in February.

Keith Findley presented "Tunnel Vision in Criminal Cases," at the Conference on Establishing Innocence or Guilt: Causes of and Solutions to Wrongful Convictions. The conference, held in Plano, Texas, in February, was organized by Center on American and International Law.