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Mark F. Schultz

Associate Professor of Law and
Director of Faculty Development





"Copynorms: Copyright and Social Norms," in Intellectual Property and Information Wealth: Issues and Practices in the Digital Age, vol. 1, 201-236, edited by Peter K. Yu (Westport, Conn.: Praeger Publishers, 2007).

"The New International Intellectual Property Agenda," in Are Intellectual Property Rights Human Rights? 7-31 (Federalist Society, 2006) (with David Walker) (also translated and published as Le Nouveau Programme International sur la Propriete Intellectuelle and La nueva agenda de la propiedad intlectual internacional).


"Reconciling Social Norms and Copyright Law: Strategies for Persuading People to Pay for Recorded Music." 17 Journal of Intellectual Property Law 59-88 (2009).

"Live Performance, Copyright, and the Future of the Music Business." 43 Richmond Law Review 685-764 (2008).

"Creative Development: Helping Poor Countries by Building Creative Industries." 97 Kentucky Law Journal 79-147 (2008) (with Alec van Gelder).

"Fear and Norms and Rock & Roll: What Jambands Can Teach About Persuading People to Comply With Copyright Law." 21 Berkeley Technology Law Journal 651-728 (2006).

"Will BitTorrent Go the Way of Grokster? Filesharing After MGM. v. Grokster." SciTech Lawyer (October 2005).

"How Intellectual Property Became Controversial: NGOs and the New International IP Agenda." 6 Engage: The Journal of the Federalist Society’s Practice Groups 82-98 (October 2005) (with David B. Walker).

"Attorneys Fees Under the Independent Counsel Act: How the Grinch Stole Lyn Nofziger's Wallet." 60 George Washington Law Review 1311-1356 (1992).


Lorrie F. Cranor & Steven S. Wildman, Rethinking Rights and Regulations: Institutional Responses to New Communication Technologies (MIT Press, 2003), 45 Jurimetrics Journal of Law, Science and Technology 103-110 (2004).




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