June 2, 2009


Professor Heverly Invited to Munich Intellectual Property Law Center Lecture Series

East Lansing, MI — Robert Heverly, visiting professor at Michigan State University College of Law, recently presented at the Munich Intellectual Property Law Center (MILPLC) Lecture Series in Munich, Germany. MIPLC invites renowned scholars and practitioners to give presentations on current issues related to intellectual property law. Professor Heverly presented "Is Information?," which examined whether information is something that can be owned. His lecture explored the ownership dilemmas raised by the abstract nature of information.

Professor Heverly has published articles on the intersection of property theory and information ownership, law's role in regulating communication, and the pervasive persistence of media creations in the digital age, as well as many articles and book chapters on government and law earlier in his career. He teaches Property Law, Theories of Property Law, Cyberspace Law, and Advanced Copyright Law at the Law College. For more information, visit his profile.

Michigan State University College of Law is a leading institution of legal education with a long history of creating practice-ready attorneys. As one of a few private law schools affiliated with a major research university, MSU Law offers comprehensive interdisciplinary opportunities combined with a personalized legal education. After a hundred years as a private and independent Law College, the affiliation with MSU has put the Law College on an upward trajectory of national and international reputation and reach. MSU Law professors are gifted teachers and distinguished scholars. Law College curriculum is rigorous and challenging and the facility is equipped with the latest resources-all affirming MSU Law's commitment to educating 21st century lawyers.


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