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Christina Bohannan

Professor and Lauridsen Family Fellow in Law

Most of her current scholarship is in intellectual property law, the First Amendment, and competition law. Her work was selected for the 2005 Stanford/Yale Junior Faculty Forum, and her article on Copyright preemption of Contracts in the Maryland Law Review was selected by the University of California, Berkeley Center for Law and Technology for inclusion in its prestigious repository at http://escholarship.org/

She was the recipient of a Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation research grant (with Herbert Hovenkamp) to write a book about how intellectual property and competition law can be used more effectively to encourage innovation.  The book Creation without Restraint: Promoting Liberty and Rivalry in Innovation was published by Oxford University Press in 2012.

Phone: 
319-335-8337
Address: 
425 Boyd Law Building
Courses Taught: 
IP Advocacy
Practice & Teaching: 

Professor Bohannan teaches Torts, Copyright Law, Conflict of Laws and advanced seminars in intellectual property law.

Publications: 

She has published major articles in several journals, including the Fordham Law Review, the NYU Law Review, Hastings Law Journal, Boston College Law Review, Washington University Law Review, Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal, and the Maryland Law Review.

Education: 

BS, University of Florida, 1994

JD, University of Florida, 1997

Awards & Honors: 

ABA Mark T. Banner Award (2013)