Welcome, Megan Carpenter

I am pleased to note the addition of a new blogger here at madisonian.net: Professor Megan Carpenter, who teaches at Texas Wesleyan School of Law in Fort Worth. Megan is a copyright and trademark specialist and the director of Texas Wesleyan’s Center for Law and Intellectual Property. I had the pleasure of traveling to her Center a couple of weeks ago to present a book chapter in progress at a conference on “Evolving Economies: The Role of Law in Entrepreneurship and Innovation,” forthcoming from Edward Elgar and edited by Megan. The book is part of Elgar’s Law and Entrepreneurship series, edited by Shubha Ghosh and Robin Malloy.

Megan’s full bio is here and the Center’s homepage is here.

Welcome, Megan!

5 thoughts on “Welcome, Megan Carpenter

  1. Thanks, all! I am honored to join such an esteemed (and interesting) group of bloggers, and looking forward to being a part of this endeavor. And, as I told Mike, I will try not to singlehandedly reduce the quality of the blog through my posting!

  2. Welcome, Megan, it’s great to have you with us (even if I’m a little late in welcoming you)!

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