Dr. Vandana Mahalwar, Assistant Professor of Law, Indian Law Institute - University of Delhi, India
Special Award Name: Fulbright-Nehru Postdoctoral Research Fellowships
Home Country: India
Project Title: Access to Knowledge Under International Copyright Law: A Rights-Based Comparative Study
Dr. Mahalwar’s research delves into the relationship between international copyright law and access to knowledge. Her study explores how the maximalist approach of IP Regime affects the larger public interests of developing nations by “enclosing” the knowledge goods. She deals with the harmonization of international copyright laws with national laws and its impact on educational institutions by presenting a doctrinal analysis of academic copying and course-packs issues. The research mainly deals with the qualitative evaluation of the globalized copyright norms and their judicial treatments addressing the educational copying. She hopes that the outcome of the research shall be useful for policymakers, academicians and future researchers.
Duke Faculty Associate & Affiliation: Jerome Reichman, Duke Law
Grant Start Date: May 15, 2019
Grant End Date: May 14, 2020
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