How regime shifting reconceptualizes Intellectual Property Professor Rochelle Dreyfuss, (New York University School of Law)

Copyright and creators’ interests – rights and remuneration in the light of Bourdieu’s analysis of the field of literary and artistic production Professor Martin Senftleben, (VU University of Amsterdam) 

Debating copyright formalities  Dr Dev Gangjee (University of Oxford)

The right of communication to the public in the CJEU case law: moving criteria and underlying rationale  Professor Alain Strowel (Saint-Louis Brussels, Munich IP Law Center, Avocat at the Brussels Bar)

Birthday train or Eurostar? German copyright law reform between national solutions and Europeanisation  Professor Ansgar Ohly (University of Oxford and University of Munich)

The role of surveys in Trade Mark and Passing Off cases  Jeremy Dickerson (Burges Salmon)

The war of the booksellers: natural law, equity and literary property in Eighteen-Century Scotland  Professor Hector MacQueen (Scottish Law Commission)

Intellectual property and counterfeits in Brazil and China: an anthropological perspective Dr Rosana Pinheiro-Machado, (University of Oxford) 

Rapid Software patenting growth over the last 2 decades: digital dividends or digital divide? Professor Poh Kam Wong, (University of Singapore)

On the properties of information Professor Tim Wu, (Columbia Law School)