Contemporary Intellectual Property: Law and Policy

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Oxford University Press, 2007 - Law - 960 pages
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Professor MacQueen is Professor of Private Law at University of Edinburgh and his main research interests are in the history of law, and in various areas of private law, including intellectual property, contract, delict and unjustified enrichment. He has published a wide range of books and articlesin these areas. He also has an active interest in legal education, and has published an introductory guide to the study of Scots law. Charlotte Waelde is senior lecturer in law at the University of Edinburgh and is co-director of the Arts and Humanities Research Centre for Studies in IntellectualProperty and Technology Law Her main research interests revolve around intellectual property and the Internet both individually and together. Graeme Laurie is senior lecturer in law at the University of Edinburgh and co-director of the Arts and Humanities Research Centre for Studies in IntellectualProperty and Technology Law ( His research interests include the role of law in promoting and regulating science, medicine and technology.

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Professor MacQueen is Professor of Private Law at University of Edinburgh and his main research interests are in the history of law, and in various areas of private law, including intellectual property, contract, delict and unjustified enrichment. He has published a wide range of books and articles in these areas. He also has an active interest in legal education, and has published an introductory guide to the study of Scots law. Charlotte Waelde is senior lecturer in law at the University of Edinburgh and is co-director of the Arts and Humanities Research Centre for Studies in Intellectual Property and Technology Law Her main research interests revolve around intellectual property and the Internet both individually and together. Graeme Laurie is senior lecturer in law at the University of Edinburgh and co-director of the Arts and Humanities Research Centre for Studies in Intellectual Property and Technology Law (http://www.law.ed.ac.uk/ahrb/). His research interests include the role of law in promoting and regulating science, medicine and technology.

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