Camilla Hrdy is the Center for Technology, Innovation & Competition Fellow. Her research focuses on patent law, innovation policy, and the intersection between innovation and economic development. Her teaching areas are patent law, intellectual property law, property law, and local government law. Her articles have appeared in Wisconsin Law Review, Kansas Law Review, Berkeley Technology Law Journal, and the Yale Law Journal Forum.
Professor Hrdy holds a J.D. from Berkeley Law, a B.A. from Harvard University, and an M.Phil. in the History & Philosophy of Science from the University of Cambridge. She has received various awards for her writing, including Harvard’s Hoopes prize and Cambridge’s Redhead Prize. From 2010-2011, she clerked for U.S. District Judge Janis Graham Jack in the Southern District of Texas.
Professor Hrdy is also a Visiting Fellow at the Information Society Project at Yale Law School and a Thomas Edison Innovation Fellow at George Mason University School of Law.
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