Intellectual Property Law and Food Security
Publications

Books

  • Lawson, C and Adhikari, K (eds.) Biodiversity, Genetic Resources and Intellectual Property: Developments in Access and Benefit Sharing (New York: Routledge 2018).
  • Sherman, B, and Bently, L, Intellectual Property Law (Oxford University Press, 5th edition) (forthcoming).

Book chapters

  • Adhikari, K, ‘Reconceptualising Access: Moving Beyond the Limits of International Biodiversity Laws’ in Lawson, C and Adhikari, K (eds.) Biodiversity, Genetic Resources and Intellectual Property: Developments in Access and Benefit Sharing (New York: Routledge 2018), 9-32.
  • Lawson, C and Adhikari, K, ‘Biodiversity, Genetic Resources and Intellectual Property’ in Lawson, C and Adhikari, K (eds.) Biodiversity, Genetic Resources and Intellectual Property: Developments in Access and Benefit Sharing (New York: Routledge 2018), 1-8.
  • Sherman, B, ‘Intellectual property, biodiversity and food security’ in Routledge Handbook of Biodiversity and the Law, (Routledge) edited by Charles McManis and Burton Ong (forthcoming).
  • Sherman, B, ‘Slee & Harris’s Application (1966)’ in Landmarks in Intellectual Property Law (Hart Publishing) edited by Jose Bellido (2017), 205.
  • Ventimiglia, A, ‘The Angel in the Machine: Divining Legal Authorship in Channeled and Computer Generated Works’ in Mediality on Trial: Testing and Contesting Trance and other Media Techniques, edited by Daniel C. Barber and Ehler Voss (Berlin: De Gruyter Oldenbourg) (forthcoming).

Journal articles

  • Jefferson, D J, ‘Sowing Buen Vivir in Ecuador: A New Law for Agrobiodiversity, Seeds, and Sustainable Agriculture’ (2017) Trade Insight 13(3), 19-23.
  • Sherman, B, ‘Intangible MachinesHistory of Science (forthcoming).
  • Ventimiglia, A, ‘Demanding the Angels’ Share: Intellectual Property, Emerging Religions, and the Spirit of the Work’ Cultural Critique (forthcoming).
  • Jocelyn Bosse, ‘Fragmentation of Access and Benefit Sharing Laws in Australia’ (2017) ALSA Academic Law Journal 4-19.
  • Brown, T, German, L, Jagadish, A, Read, D, Weger, J, Williams, K with Van Sant, L, Pope, L, and Urban, E ‘The Success of Oconee County and the Challenges of Implementing USDA Agricultural Land Easements in Georgia’, Food First. Online, ‘Special Report’ https://foodfirst.org/special-report-the-success-of-oconee-county-and-the-challenges-of-implementing-usda-agricultural-land-easements-in-georgia/.
  • Jefferson, D J, ‘Ingenuity and the Re-Imagining of Intellectual Property: An Introduction to the Código Ingenios of Ecuador’ (2017) European Intellectual Property Review 39(1), 21.
  • Ventimiglia, A, ‘A Market in Prophecy: Secularism, Law, and the Economy of American Religious Publishing’ (June 2017) Journal of the American Academy of Religions 85:2.
  • Bosse, J, 'Biopiracy in Queensland: A broken record that needs repair' (2016) 12(2) Trade Insight 35. Available at: http://www.sawtee.org/publications/Trade-Insight35.pdf
  • Chapman, S, ‘Jinn Throw Rice: Varietal Innovation, Seed Claims, and Intellectual Property in The Gambia’, Submitted to American Ethnologist, September 2016 (In Review).
  • Jefferson, D J, (28 June 2016). Código Ingenios: La reconceptualización de la propiedad intelectual en la mitad del mundo. El Telégrafo. Available at: http://www.eltelegrafo.com.ec/noticias/sociedad/4/codigo-ingenios-la-reconceptualizacion-de-la-propiedad-intelectual-en-la-mitad-del-mundo.
  • Sanderson, J, ‘Health Conscious and Confused: Why ‘Healthy’ Trade Marks Matter to Consumers’ (2016) 39(2) UNSW Law Journal, 658-683.
  • Sherman, B, ‘D'Arcy v Myriad Genetics: Patenting Genes in Australia' (2015) 37 Sydney Law Review, 135-146.
  • Sherman, B, 'What Does it Mean to Invent Nature?' (2015) 5 UC Irvine Law Review, 1193.

Book reviews

Conference presentations

  • Adhikari, K, ‘Evolving Dynamics of the Governance of Intellectual Property for Plants in South Asia’ presented at the South Asia Economic Summit, 14-16 November 2017, Kathmandu.
  • Adhikari, K, “Governance of Intellectual Property for Plants in South Asia”, Tenth South Asia Economic Summit, 14-16 November 2017, Kathmandu.
  • Adhikari, K, ‘Should Nepal Pursue a Three-Track Model of Plant Variety Protection’ presented at the Workshop on Reimagining the Governance of Genetic Resources and Intellectual Property for Agriculture and Food Security in Asia, 2-3 August 2017, Kathmandu.
  • Adhikari, K, ‘Reconptualizing Access’, presented at the workshop on Developments in Access and Benefit Sharing of Genetic Resources, 9 February 2017, Gold Coast.
  • Bosse, J, ‘Impacts of international trade agreements on Australia’s environmental policies’ presented at the National Environmental Law Association National Conference, 4 August 2017, Brisbane.
  • Brown, T, ‘Nominal Distinctions: Evolvers of Law and Plant Variety Standardization, 1920-1970’ presented at the Law Technology and Innovation Junior Scholars Forum, UNSW, November 2017.
  • Brown, T, ‘Why the Million Dollar Bee was an Inside Joke’ presented at the 115th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association Conference, 16-20 November 2016, Minneapolis.
  • Chapman, S, ‘New Varieties, Agricultural Experts, and Native Farmers: The Politics and Power of Recognition in British Colonial Gambia’ presented at the 115th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association Conference, 16-20 November 2016, Minneapolis.
  • Jefferson, D J, ‘Re-Imagining Policy Space for Plant Variety Protection Lawmaking: The Ecuadorian Experience’. 5th Annual Rethinking Intellectual Property Rights Workshop, Inter University Centre for IPR Studies, Cochin University of Science and Technology, Cochin, India, 18 January 2018.
  • Jefferson, D J, ‘Inscriptions of Campesinos' Rights in Ecuador: Protecting Plant Varieties and Seed’ presented at the Workshop on Reimagining the Governance of Genetic Resources and Intellectual Property for Agriculture and Food Security in Asia, South Asia Watch on Trade, Economics and Environment, 2 August 2017, Kathmandu, Nepal.
  • Ventimiglia, A, ‘The Angel in the Machine: Divining Legal Authorship in Channeled and Computer Generated Works’, Future Affects Collaboratory, The University of Queensland, 6 November 2017.
  • Ventimiglia, A, ‘The Datafication of Religious Media: Pulpit Plagiarism and the Spiritual Commons in American Sermons’, School of Communication and Arts Seminar, The University of Queensland, 13 October 2017.
  • Ventimiglia, A, ‘Authorship and Authority in Intellectual Property: Mary Baker Eddy and the Legal Life of Religious Texts’, International Society for the History and Theory of Intellectual Property, University of Toronto. 12-14 July 2017.