Professor Syed’s research focuses on law and political economy, with applications to intellectual property, property, torts, antitrust, and theories of distributive justice. He has a forthcoming book, Pharmaceutical Innovation Policy—From Patents to Public Utility, and is working on a series of articles on the legal and social theory of “law and political economy,” as well as the intersection of antitrust and IP.
Talha Syed is teaching the following courses in Fall 2022:
Courses During Other Semesters
|Semester||Course Num||Course Title||Teaching Evaluations||Summer 2022||252.2S sec. 001||Antitrust Law||View Teaching Evaluation||Spring 2022||201 sec. 002||Torts||View Teaching Evaluation||Fall 2021||201 sec. 003||Torts||View Teaching Evaluation||280A sec. 001||Law and Technology Writing Workshop||View Teaching Evaluation||Summer 2021||252.2S sec. 001||Antitrust Law||Spring 2021||252.2 sec. 001||Antitrust Law||View Teaching Evaluation||276.67 sec. 001||Advanced IP: Theories of Innovation Policy and Culture||View Teaching Evaluation|