Center for Advanced Study and Research on Innovation Policy

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.

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Upcoming Events

  1. Antitrust Day at UW Law
    When: Thursday, November 14, 2019, 12:30 – 1:20pm PST
    Where: William H. Gates Hall (LAW)
    Antitrust enforcement is a central issue in the today’s news and in the 2020 election campaign. The “big tech” companies are under scrutiny as never before, as some politicians and pundits call for their break up. Are we failing to enforce antitrust laws properly? Do we need new laws? What’s the goal of antitrust law?

    If you are interested in any aspect of business law, attendance should be a no-brainer.

    Interested in social policy? Ditto. And if you want free lunch…this is the best deal of the quarter! Hear practicing attorneys talk about antitrust enforcement, the practice of antitrust law in Seattle, and ask provocative questions.

    RSVP in SCS Online.
    More info: law-uw.12twenty.com…