The Kernochan Center for Law, Media and the Arts was established to contribute to a broader understanding of the legal aspects of creative works of authorship, including their dissemination and use.
The Kernochan Center congratulates the Class of 2018, especially our prize winners:
The Carroll G. Harper Prize, awarded to one or more members of the graduating class who have attained the highest standards of achievement in intellectual property studies and writing:
Jordyn Eisenpress and Luke Budiardjo
Andrew D. Fried Memorial Prize, awarded for the best student essay to be published this year in the Columbia Journal of Law and the Arts on a subject in the field of intellectual property and related law:
"'Anything Goes': Regulating the Conduct of Money-Bundling Broadway Co-Producers"
The Michael D. Remer Memorial Award, awarded annually and presented by the Kernochan Center to a graduating student whose activities and academic achievements demonstrate an interest in and aptitude for the fields of arts and copyright law:
Upcoming from the Kernochan Center:
Please check back soon for more upcoming events and appearances by Kernochan Center staff.
News from the Kernochan Center:
June 6, 2018: June Besek lectured on Legal Measures for Combatting Online Piracy in the U.S. at the International Conference on Intellectual Property and International Trade in Bangkok, Thailand.
May 30, 2018: Philippa Loengard spoke on "Best Practices and Lessons Learned in Digital Image Licensing" at Fordham University for the Copyright Society of the USA.
April 19, 2018: Jane Ginsburg participated in a panel on internation law at the annual ABA Section of International Law conference in New York City.
April 5-6, 2018: Jane Ginsburg spoke on U.S. (non)compliance with obligations under the Berne Convention at the Fordham Intellectual Property Conference.
March/April, 2018: June Besek was interviewed in Landslide on the subject of women in copyright law. The interview can be found here.
March 26, 2018: R. Bruce Rich delivered the 31st Annual Horace S. Manges Lecture for the Kernochan Center. Video footage is available on the Manges Lectures page.
March, 2018: Jane Ginsburg lectured on U.S. copyright law in the Anglo-American Business Law program at the Sorbonne.
January 25, 2018: Jane Ginsburg delivered lecture on artificial intelligence and copyright at the Science Gallery of Trinity College, Dublin.
November 15, 2017: Video footage of the 2017 Symposium, Exploring International Copyright's Gaps and Flexibilities, is now available on the dedicated page.
November 13, 2017: Jane Ginsburg delivered CSUSA's Meyer Lecture, "Intellectual Property as Seen by Barbie and Mickey: The Reciprocal Relationship of Copyright and Trademarks." Register here.
October 20 - Kernochan Center Hosted Invitation-Only Round Table on New York's Proposed Right of Publicity.