Professor Roberta Kwall will be a principal speaker at an international intellectual property conference to be held at the Radzyner School of Law in Israel in March. The conference, "The Measure of Intellectual Property: Contemporary Challenges," will take place from March 10-11.
Later that month, she will be speaking at a conference on Feminism, Law & Religion at St. Thomas Law School. Her presentation topic focuses on women and synagogue ritual and is based on her recent publication in the Cardozo Law Review. In May, Professor Kwall will be a principal speaker at a conference on Law and the Arts co-sponsored by the University of Indiana (Bloomington) School of Law and the Indiana Music School.
Professor Kwall's forthcoming publications include:
- “Shabbat: A Diverse Perspective on Human Creativity” in Protecting and Promoting Diversity with Intellectual Property Law (Cambridge U. Press 2014)
- “Human Artistry as Tikkun Olam,” in the Masorah Matrix Volume on Tikkun Olam (a volume containing essays by influential rabbinic and Jewish law scholars)
- “Remember the Sabbath Day and Enhance Your Creativity,” in a forthcoming volume of the St. Thomas Law Review