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About Malla Pollack

Malla Pollack started law school on her forty-first birthday, immediately after earning a masters degree in library science. She graduated summa cum laude from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University. She then clerked for Judge Charles Proctor Sifton, E.D.N.Y., and Judge (now Associate Justice) Ruth Bader Ginsburg, D.C. Cir. Pollack has practiced intellectual property at a national law firm and taught at various law schools around the United States. She specializes in intellectual property and constitutional law. Her basic stance is to prioritize people -- as opposed to property, power, theory, or traditional institutions. Therefore, in intellectual property matters, her service and scholarship focus on the public domain.



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Intellectual Property and Constitutional Law

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