Intellectual Property Justice for Traditional Culture and Traditional Communities

 

Members of the faculty have published important legal and empirical studies on the question of how domestic and international IP law might offer appropriate affirmative protection to cultural interests of native and indigenous peoples, and PIJIP has organized conferences and workshops on the topic. Faculty also have been in the forefront of the struggle to combat “mascotting” and other disparaging references to native and traditional communities in sports team branding.

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PIJIP Documents and Video

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