The 18th Annual Horace S. Manges Lecture

The Dean of the Faculty of Law and the Kernochan Center for Law, Media and the Arts of Columbia University School of Law cordially present


to be given by

Lillick Professor of Law, Stanford University


Monday, April 4, 2005, 6:00 P.M.
Jerome L. Greene Hall, Room 103
Columbia University School of Law
435 West 116th Street, First Floor Corner of Amsterdam Avenue

THE HORACE S. MANGES LECTURE & CONFERENCE FUND was established by the law firm of Weil, Gotshal & Manges in 1986 in memory of its esteemed partner, Horace S. Manges, '19. Generous contributions to this Fund were made by Mr. Manges's family, friends, colleagues, clients, and other associates. Mr. Manges was a distinguished trial lawyer and was counsel to leading writers and publishers and to the American Book Publishers Council (now the Association of American Publishers). A founder, officer, and trustee of the Copyright Society of the U.S.A., he also performed important government service and played an active role in the development of copyright legislation.

PAUL GOLDSTEIN, '67, is the Lillick Professor of Law at Stanford Law School and is widely recognized as one of the country's leading authorities on intellectual property law. He is the author of a four-volume treatise on U.S. copyright law and a one-volume treatise on international copyright law, as well as of widely-adopted law school texts on intellectual property and international intellectual property. He is the author of four other books, including the widely-reviewed and translated Copyright's Highway: From Gutenberg to the Celestial Jukebox. Professor Goldstein is a member of the Bars of New York and California. He is Of Counsel to the law firm of Morrison & Foerster LLP and has regularly been included in Best Lawyers in America. He has testified before congressional committees dealing with intellectual property issues and has been an invited expert at international governmental meetings on copyright issues. He has served as Chairman of the U.S. Office of Technology Assessment Advisory Panel on Intellectual Property Rights in an Age of Electronics and Information, and has been a Visiting Scholar at the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Patent, Copyright and Competition Law in Munich, Germany.


  • The Hon. Jon O. Newman 1989
  • The Hon. Robert W. Kastenmeier 1990
  • The Hon. Barbara A. Ringer 1991
  • Robert J. Coleman 1992
  • Prof. Sam Ricketson 1993
  • Jean-François Verstrynge 1993
  • Prof. Robert Wedgeworth 1995
  • Prof. J. Thomas McCarthy 1996
  • The Hon. Marybeth Peters 1997
  • Dr. Mihály Ficsor 1998
  • The Hon. Howard Coble 1999
  • Stephen Manes 2000
  • Prof. Laura N. Gasaway 2001
  • Prof. Robert A. Gorman 2002
  • Prof. William R. Cornish 2003
  • The Hon. Pierre N. Leval 2004
  • Prof. Diane Leenheer Zimmerman

If you plan to attend, please RSVP to Carmen I. Abber at [email protected] or 212-854-7424.