Readership: The primary market is scholars and post-graduate students primarily in the field of intellectual property, but also in the fields of legal theory, economic and legal history, anthropology and philosophy. Whilst the examples are drawn from US case law, the arguments are applicable in other jurisdictions, including the UK and Europe.
Alain Pottage, Reader in Law, London School of Economics, and Brad Sherman, Professor of Law, Griffith University, Brisbane
Alain Pottage is Reader in Law at the London School of Economics. He holds degrees from the University of Edinburgh and the London School of Economics. Before joining the Law Department of the LSE, he was a researcher at the Law Commission and a lecturer in the School of Law at King's College London. He has been a visiting professor at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes in Paris, the University of Sydney, and Cornell Law School.
Brad Sherman is Professor of Law at Griffith University, Brisbane , and Director, Australian Centre for Intellectual Property in Agriculture.
2: Industrial copies
3: Recollection and possession
4: The principle of a machine
5: Mechanical jurisprudence
7: Textual machines
8: Organisms as manufactures
9: Bio-legal hybrids