||Welcome and Opening Remarks (Webcast)
- Christine Haight Farley, Associate Dean and Professor of Law, Washington College of Law
- Ann Shalleck, WCL Women and the Law Program
- Michael Carroll, WCL Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property
||Gendered History (Webcast)
- Selling Women: Lillian Gilbreth and Gendered IP. Dr. Rayvon Fouché, Associate Professor of History, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, and Sharra Vostral, Associate Professor, Gender Studies and History, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
- Examining the Right to Exclude: Historical, Social, and Economic Perspectives on Women and Invention. Annette I. Kahler Director, Center for Law & Innovation, Albany Law School.
- Comments. Dan Burk, Chancellor’s Professor of Law, University of California, Irvine
|| Gendered Doctrine (Webcast)
- Merry Widows: Egbert v. Lippman and the Corset as Patented Technology. Kara W. Swanson. Associate Professor, Earle Mack School of Law, Drexel University
- Gender, Innovation and Inventorship: Every Patent Tells a Story. Ann Bartow. Professor of Law, University of South Carolina School of Law.
- Comments. Shubha Ghosh. Professor of Law, University of Wisconsin Law School
|| Gendered Goals: Luncheon & Keynote
- Introduction. Joshua Sarnoff, Professor of the Practice of Law, Washington College of Law
- What Do Intellectual Property Rights Promote? Innovation Among Women Inventors in the 19th and 20th Centuries. Zorina Khan, Associate Professor of Economics, Bowdoin College
|| Gendered Production (Webcast)
- Women and Science Production in Developing Countries: Chile in the 1990‐2008 Period. Bernardita Escobar, Instituto de Políticas Públicas‐ Expansiva UDP, Santiago, Chile
- Patents and Gender: The Exclusion of Women Inventors from IP Rights. Dr. Shlomit Yanisky Ravid, Head of the Comparative Legal Research Center, Faculty of Law, Ono Academic College, Israel
- Gendering Science, Gendering Ethics: The Intersecting Production of Knowledge, Gender and Ethics. Laurel Smith-Doerr, Associate Professor of Sociology, Boston University
- Comments. Mario Biagioli, Professor of the History of Science, Harvard University
|| Closing Remarks
- Victoria Phillips, Professor of the Practice of Law, Washington College of Law