Malthus, Mendel and Monsanto: Intellectual Property and the Law and Politics of Global Food Supply

 

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On April 9, 2004, the University of Oregon School of Law and the Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics presented a one day symposium entitled, "Malthus, Mendel and Monsanto: Intellectual Property and the Law and Politics of Global Food Supply." The symposium brought together academics, lawyers, scientists, farmers, and food activists to listen to three panels and an evening keynote address by Canadian canola farmer Percy Schmeiser. The papers in this collection were presented at the conference and later published in an issue of the Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation, published by the University of Oregon School of Law.

Recent Submissions

  • Haapala, John E., Jr. (University of Oregon School of Law, 2004)