2008


Mobblog: The New Servitudes

The University of Chicago Law School Faculty Blog

On Monday, February 4, the University of Chicago Law School Faculty Blog began hosting a mobblog (online workshop) centered around "The New Servitudes" by Molly Van Houweling of Boalt Hall.

February 4, 2008: The New Servitudes
February 4, 2008: Stewart Sterk's Remarks on The New Servitudes
February 4, 2008: Epstein's Comments
February 4, 2008: Fennell's Comments
February 4, 2008: Picker Comments
February 5, 2008: Van Houweling Responds: The Affirmative Case for Enforcing Servitudes
February 5, 2008: Jim Gibson's Comments
February 5, 2008: Henry Smith's Comments
February 7, 2008: Van Houweling Responds Part II: First Sale and Patent Exhaustion
February 7, 2008: Mobblog: The New Servitudes
February 8, 2008: What's Wrong with Running?
February 8, 2008: Sonia Katyal's Comments
February 8, 2008: Hardwired Servitudes
February 8, 2008: Fair Use: Public and Private
February 10, 2008: Picker Comments II
February 10, 2008: Balganesh's Comments
February 10, 2008: Do Not Think About This Post Without Prior Authorization [Jim Gibson's Comments Redux]
February 11, 2008: Final Van Houweling Response and Thanks
February 11, 2008: Wrapping Up


 

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