Many of the great research universities of the United States enjoy a close relationship with innovators. Names like Carnegie, Cornell, Hopkins, Stanford, and Vanderbilt bring to mind not so much these men, but the academic institutions that they founded. The mention of other research institutions, such as the Universities of Chicago and Virginia, allows us to recall entrepreneurial founders such as Rockefeller and Jefferson. It is appropriate then, to consider how university research - and in particular, the work product of the law schools - is faring before that court whose rulings most directly impact American innovation policy.
15 Fed. Cir. B.J. 315-319 (2005)
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Thomas, John R., "Academics and the Federal Circuit: Is There a Gulf and How Do We Bridge it?" (2005). Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works. 556.
Reprinted with permission from Federal Circuit Bar Association.