Marquette Students Win IP Writing Competition

Posted on Categories Legal Scholarship, Marquette Law School, Public

Congratulations to Mitchell Stock and Francisco Quiroz, winners of the State Bar’s 2011 IP Writing Competition.  Stock won first place for his paper entitled “Hypothetical, Actual, or Footstar: How the Courts Should Handle Patent and Copyright Licenses in Chapter 11 Bankruptcy.”  Quiroz took second for “The Decline of Fair Use: How the DMCA Marginalized Fair Use and What To Do About It.”  This adds to a recent tradition of strong showings by Marquette law students in the competition.

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  1. Congrats Paco and Mitch! You both certainly are “gentlem[e]n and scholar[s], kids.” I look forward to reading your articles and keeping up with whatever forthcoming awesome accolade you receive in IP and ADR.

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