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Professor Simone Rose to present essay, serve on panel at SMU’s 10th Annual Symposium on Emerging Intellectual Property Issues March 21-22

Professor Simone Rose

Simone Rose is an award winning teacher and active scholar writing about intellectual property. Her scholarship includes such cutting edge topics as the intersection of patent law with biotechnology and stem cell research and the ethical issues that these topics present for lawyers and for society.

Wake Forest Law Professor Simone Rose will present an essay and serve on a panel at Southern Methodist University’s (SMU) 10th Annual Symposium on Emerging Intellectual Property Issues: “The Federal Circuit and Patent Law” in Dallas on Thursday, March 21, and Friday, March 22.

The essay’s title is ”Preserving the Fountainhead of Knowledge: A Call to Challenge the Incentive/Innovation Narrative in Patent Law.”  It will be published by the SMU Law Review. The panel will cover the topic, “Innovation, Disruptive Technologies and the Federal Circuit.”

Professor Rose is an award-winning teacher and active scholar writing about intellectual property.  Her scholarship includes such cutting edge topics as the intersection of patent law with biotechnology and stem cell research and the ethical issues that these topics present for lawyers and for society. She is the recipient of the 2005 Joseph Branch Award for Excellence in Law Teaching. Prior to teaching, Simone practiced with Foley & Lardner in Washington, D.C.