Innovation Practice Institute White Paper Series
Pitt Law Professor and IPI Faculty Director Michael Madison and IPI Executive Director Stephanie Dangel produce papers about innovation, the legal profession, and legal education, including:
Michael J. Madison, Visions of the Future of (Legal) Education, U. of Pittsburgh Legal Studies Research Paper No. 2014-13 (2014) [Download via SSRN]
Michael J. Madison, Leading New Lawyers: Leadership and Legal Education, U. of Pittsburgh Legal Studies Research Paper No. 2015-12 (2015) [Download via SSRN] *Now Published at 83 Tenn. L. Rev. 751 (2016)*
Stephanie Dangel & Michael J. Madison, Stephanie A. Dangel & Michael J. Madison, Innovators, Esq.: Training the Next Generation of Lawyer Social Entrepreneurs, 83 UMKC L. Rev. 967 (2015) [Download via SSRN]
Papers in the IPI White Paper series can be downloaded via the University of Pittsburgh D-Scholarship Digital Repository as well as via SSRN links provided above.
IPI-affiliated faculty also produce research and scholarship on cutting-edge innovation topics:
Pitt Law Professor Michael Madison recently published Governing Knowledge Commons at Oxford University Press, co-edited with Cardozo Law Professor Brett M. Frischmann and NYU Law Professor Katherine J. Strandburg. Governing Knowledge Commons is a first-of-its-kind collection of case studies of knowledge commons, innovative institutions for sharing knowledge and information. Read more about Governing Knowledge Commons.
Professor Kevin Ashley’s work focuses on intelligent systems. Access a list of Professor Ashley’s works.
Assistant Professor of Law and Information Sciences David Thaw publishes frequent papers on information security and privacy topics. Read Professor Thaw’s works.