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About J. Janewa Osei-Tutu

My scholarship explores approaches to intellectual property in the international context in light of the purported goals of the TRIPS Agreement, and subsequent agreements. The premise that informs my work is that the full value of intellectual property arises when intellectual property is developed and assessed not only for its economic utility, but with a view to the various public purposes that it can facilitate. Why we protect, what we protect, and how we justify such protection has significant implications for society now, and for the future.

Positions

2012 Present Associate Professor of Law, Florida International University College of Law
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Curriculum Vitae




Courses

  • Contracts, Trademarks & GIs, Intellectual Property & Human Rights, International Intellectual Property, Fashion & Design Law

Education

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2002 LL.M, MCGILL UNIVERSITY, CANADA
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1994 B. A. (Hons.), Political Science Major, Spanish Minor, UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO, CANADA
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Contact Information

FIU College of Law
11200 SW 8th Street RDB 2053
305-348-3565
Miami, FL 33199

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Recent Works (5)

Intellectual Property and Human Development (2)

Intellectual Property and Human Rights (2)

Intangible Cultural Property (1)