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Katherine J Strandburg

New York University
  • Information Privacy Law
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Expertise
  • Information Privacy Law
Professional Experience
Professor
New York University
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Education
The University of Chicago Law School
J.D.
Honors: with high honors; Order of the Coif; Edwin F. Mandel Award for Exceptional Contributions to the Clinical Program; Olin Foundation Scholarship for Law and Economics; Law School Scholarship
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DePaul College of Law
Honors: College of Law Scholarship; American Jurisprudence Awards  Contracts, Legal Writing
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Cornell University
Ph.D. | Physics
Honors: National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship
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Stanford University
B.S. | Physics
Honors: Phi Beta Kappa; David S. Levine Award for Excellence in Physics
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Awards
Outstanding Achievement in Scholarship
Professional Associations
Member
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Activities: Privacy Task Force, Chicago Bar Association
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Member and Presenter
Current
Activities: Working Group on Developing a Research Exemption to Intellectual Property Protections, American Association for the Advancement of Science
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Activities: Amicus Committee, Federal Circuit Bar Association
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Supreme Court of the United States
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Federal Circuit
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Seventh Circuit
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Northern District of Illinois, Illinois
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U.S. Patent & Trademark Office
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Speaking Engagements
Privacy and Identity: The Promise and Perils of a Technological Age
DePaul University College of Law and School of Computer Science, Telecommunications, and Information Systems
Privacy and Technology: The Promise and Perils of a Technological Age, CIPLIT 2004 Symposium
DePaul University
Seventh Annual Institute on Privacy Law: New Developments & Compliance Issues in a Security Conscious World
Practicing Law Institute
Intellectual Property Law, AALS Workshop, Vancouver, Canada
Panel on the Politics of Patent Reform
Intellectual Property Law, AALS Workshop, Vancouver, Canada
Discussion Session on the Fourth Amendment and Privacy
Working Within the Boundaries of Intellectual Property, La Pietra, Italy
Conference of the NYU Engelberg Center on Innovation Law and Policy
Patents and Their Sociolegal Futures
Law and Society Association
Network Science, NetSci 2006 International Workshop
Indiana University
KSR v. Teleflex: Obviousness: On Point, Obfuscated, Outdated or Out of Hand, AIPLA Spring Meeting, Boston, MA,
W(h)ither the Middleman: The Role and Future of Intermediaries in the Information Age
Michigan State University Law School
Impact of University Patenting Practices on the Substance of Patent Law
What Ifs and Other Alternative Intellectual Property and Cyberlaw Stories
Michigan State University
Patents and Progress: Reflections in the Midst of Change, 7th Annual CIPLITĀ® Symposium
Some Modest Proposals: A Conference about Pouring Academic Ideas into Legislative Bottles
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
We the People: The State of the First Amendment in 2004, KAM Isaiah Israel Congregation, Chicago
The Internet - A Great Frontier for Free Speech or Orwellian Control over the Marketplace of Ideas?,
University Technology Transfer and Entrepreneurship
Karl Eller Center, University of Arizona
Complexity and Advanced Analytics Applied to Business, Government and Public Policy
University of Michigan-Dearborn Center for Study of Complex Systems
presented by J. Tobochnik
Current and Future Trends in Patent Law Symposium
Suffolk University Law School
Current Issues in Cyberlaw, Chicago
Cyber-Liberties: How Much Government Surveillance is Too Much?,
Northwestern University Law School
Innovation and its Discontents: Patents and Innovation Policy in the 21st Century
John Marshall Law School
IP Law Week
Northwestern University Law School
Is Patenting Business Methods Patently Absurd?
Law and the Theory of Networks: Is There a Link?, Henry R. Luce Lectures
Center for Complex Systems Studies
on Networks, Laws, Actors
Law in the Age of Networks: Implications of Network Science for Legal Analysis, University of Illinois Center for Advanced Studies Symposium
Modest Proposals IP/IT 2.0
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
Modest Proposals IP/IT 3.0
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
Panel on Implications of Federal Circuit Knorr-Bremse En Banc Decision
Intellectual Property Law Association of Chicago
Patent Law After KSR v. Teleflex: Are Your Patents Still Valid?, ABA-CLE Teleconference
Patent Policy in the Supreme Court and Congress
Santa Clara University High Tech Law Institute and Berkeley Center for Law and Technology
Recent Developments in Intellectual Property Law - A Global Perspective,
Association of Patent Law Firms
Surveillance of Emergent Associations: Freedom of Association in a Network Society, Research Seminar
Haifa University
Research Seminar: Law, Society and Technology
Technology, Innovation, and Intellectual Property Policy
University of Arizona Law School
Topics in Cyberlaw
Intellectual Property Law Association of Chicago
Use of Patented Subject Matter in Research
University of Buffalo
Lab to Market: Building Sound Patent Practices
Contact & Map
40 Washington Square South
New York, NY 10012
USA
Telephone: (212) 998-6454