Intellectual Property Law and Food Security

Journal Articles

  • Bosse, J, 'Biopiracy in Queensland: A broken record that needs repair' (2016) 12(2) Trade Insight 35. Available at:
  • Brown, T, German, L, Jagadish, A, Read, D, Weger, J, Williams, K with Van Sant, L, Pope, L, and Urban, EThe Success of Oconee County and the Challenges of Implementing USDA Agricultural Land Easements in Georgia’, Food First. Online, ‘Backgrounder’ (forthcoming).
  • Jefferson, D J, ‘Código Ingenios: La reconceptualización de la propiedad intelectual en la mitad del mundo(28 June 2016) El Telégrafo. Available at:
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Ventimiglia, A, ‘Demanding the Angels’ Share: Intellectual Property, Emerging Religions, and the Spirit of the Work’ Cultural Critique (forthcoming).


Book Chapters

  • Adhikari, K, ‘Reconceptualizing access: moving beyond the limits of international biodiversity laws’ in Developments in Access and Benefit Sharing of Genetic Resources: New Approaches and Opportunities (Routledge) edited by Charles Lawson and Kamalesh Adhikari (forthcoming 2017).
  • 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 (forthcoming).


Book Reviews

  • Chapman, S, ‘The Politics of Distinction: African Elites from Colonialism to Liberation in a Namibian Frontier Town’, Mattia Fumanti. Canon Pyon, Herefordshire, UK: Sean Kingston Publishing. American Ethnologist (forthcoming 2017).