By my estimation, I have taken something like sixty tests of two hours or more. It makes me happier than I can say to say that I believe I only ever need to take one more.
From New Haven, that’s the news, and I am outta here.
By James Grimmelmann
Professor of Law
New York Law School
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I am taking the Spring 2013 semester off from public speaking.
May 8: Quoted in Google, Authors Guild Back in Court
May 6: Quoted in Aereo Seeks To Prevent CBS From Bringing New Lawsuits at MediaPost
May 1: Quoted in Content industries try a new strategy to combat file-sharing at InsideCounsel
April 26: Quoted in US embassies worldwide take to Facebook in bizarre promotion of “World IP Day” at Ars Technica
April 17: Quoted in With Aereo appeal, broadcasters threaten the foundation of locker services at Ars Technica
The Illegal Process: Basic Problems in the Making and Application of Censorship, 78 U. Chi. L. Rev. Dialogue 58 (2013)
Future Conduct and the Limits of Class-Action Settlements, 91 N.C L. Rev. 387 (2013)
Why Johnny Can’t Stream, Ars Technica
Three Theories of Copyright in Ratings, Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law