The University of Washington's renowned Center for Advanced Study and Research on Innovation Policy (CASRIP) is home to UW School of Law’s IP, technology, art and entrepreneurship law initiatives.
From its foundation under former UW Law Professor Donald Chisum, through its unparalleled growth with Professor Toshiko Takenaka at the helm, to its expanded breadth under the guidance of today's Faculty Directors, CASRIP has established itself internationally as a premier IP, creativity and innovation law center.
We provide research, teaching and notable events, such as the annual Summer Institute, the Global Innovation Law Summit and the Transnational IP Institute.
Open Access to Data & Innovation
Hosted by UW School of Law in partnership with Keio University Law School
1.50 Law and Legal Procedure CLE Credits Pending
Thursday, February 25, 4–6:30 p.m. Pacific Time
Friday, February 26, 9–11:30 a.m. Tokyo, Japan Standard Time
Maximizing open access to data while protecting privacy is essential for promoting innovation in the information age. Speakers will address various approaches taken in U.S. and Asia for striking the balance between data sharing and security.
Download the agenda for Open Access to Data & Innovations.