Professor Daryl Lim, Director of the Center for Intellectual Property, Information & Privacy Law at UIC Law, has been named a Senior Scholar at George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School’s Center for Intellectual Property x Innovation Policy (C-IP2). C-IP2 produces research, education and service at the intersection of IP and innovation policy to better understand and shape the means of innovation as a positive force for good.
Lim is an award-winning author, observer and commentator of global trends in IP and competition policy and how they influence and are influenced by law, technology, economics and politics. He regularly engages senior government officials, corporate leaders, civil society organizations and law firms at national and international conferences. In 2019, Lim was awarded the Thomas Edison Innovation Fellowship from the Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property, also at the Antonin Scalia Law School.
Lim’s featured publications have appeared or will appear in the Stanford Technology Law Review, Berkeley Technology Law Journal, Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review, Northwestern University Law Review Online, Minnesota Law Review Headnotes, Florida Law Review, University of Illinois Law Review Online, Pepperdine Law Review, SMU Law Review and in peer-reviewed books and journals in Europe and Asia, including Cambridge University Press.
Thomson Reuters (West) selected two of Lim’s articles as the best IP articles of the year, in 2018 and 2021. He has also contributed to practitioner-focused publications for the American Bar Association, Law360, IPWatchdog, IP Watch and IP Magazine. In addition, his views on current developments have been featured in legal publications and specialty blogs such as Patently-O, and mainstream media sources such as Forbes, Slate, The Daily Journal, RealClearPolicy and USA Today.
The Center for Intellectual Property, Information & Privacy Law at UIC Law is a founding IP institution in the United States and is consistently ranked as offering one of the premier IP programs in the country. On November 4-5, the Center will virtually host its 65th Annual Intellectual Property Law Conference. Modeled after the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting in Davos and the Annual Fordham IP Conference in New York, the conference features highly interactive sessions with newsmakers in the IP, privacy and technology communities. In addition, the conference features 16 sessions with more than 90 expert faculty from government, civil society organizations, companies, law firms and academia. For more information about the IP conference, or to register, please visit the conference website at https://ipconference.law.uic.edu/