2006- 2007 Ethics Program Speaker Series
“Is Nature Ours? Ethics, Economics, and the Environment.”
Margo A. Bagley - Selected Bibliography
(Downloaded from http://www.law.virginia.edu/ 02/04/07)
On March 5, 2007, Margo A. Bagley, professor of Law at the University of Virginia School of Law will discuss "Issues in Patenting Life" as part of 2006- 2007 Ethics Program Speaker Series. Her lecture will address issues about whether plants and animals should be patented, and how moral considerations constrain biotechnology, commerce in genetic material and patent law. Ms. Bagley’s research focuses on intellectual property issues and patent law. Before studying law, she earned a B.S. in chemical engineering and worked on research and development for Procter & Gamble.
We have compiled a bibliography consisting of publications and websites by the Speaker.
Book Chapters and Journal Articles
Bagley, Margo A. Academic discourse and proprietary rights: putting patents in their proper place. Boston College Law School: Boston College Law Review, March, 2006, 47 Rev. 217 Available through LexisNexis Academic
Bagley, Margo A. A global controversy: the role of morality in biotechnology patent law, In Yu, Peter K. (ed.) Intellectual property and information wealth: issues and practices in the digital age, Westport, Conn.: Praeger Publishers, 2007 Available through Interlibrary Loan.
Bagley, Margo A. Comment: using section 337 of the tarrif act of 1930 to block materially different gray market goods in the common control context: are reports of its death greatly exaggerated? Emory University School of Law, Emory Law Journal, Fall, 1995 44 Available through LexisNexis Academic
Bagley, Margo A. Correspondence: still patently unconstitutional: a reply to Professor Nard. Minnesota Law Review, November, 2003 88. Available through LexisNexis Academic
Bagley, Margo A. Legal movements in the intellectual property: trips, unilateral action, bilateral agreements, and HIV/AIDS. Emory University School of Law: Emory International Law Review, Summer, 2003 17 Rev. 781. Available through LexisNexis Academic
Bagley, Margo A. Patent first, ask questions later: morality and biotechnology in patent law. College of William & Mary: William & Mary Law Review, 2003 45 Rev. 469 Available through LexisNexis Academic
Bagley, Margo A. Patently unconstitutional: the geographical limitation on prior art in a small world. Minnesota Law Review, February, 2003 Rev. 679 Available through LexisNexis Academic
Bagley, Margo A. Stem cells, cloning and patents: what's morality got to do with It? New England Law Review, Spring, 2005 Rev. 501 Available through LexisNexis Academic
Meet the Speaker - http://www.law.virginia.edu/lawweb/Faculty.nsf/PrFHPbW/mab2cb
Ideas for sale by Margo Bagley - http://www.emory.edu/ACAD_EXCHANGE/1999/decjan00/bagley.html
Internet business model patents: obvious by analogy by Margo Bagley - http://www.mttlr.org/volseven/Bagley.pdfcture Series: Ethics at the End of Life 2005-2006 E