Subotnik’s Article Accepted by U.C. Davis Law Review and Penn Roundtable


Professor Eva Subotnik’s newest article, “Copyright’s Capacity Gap,” has been accepted for publication in the U.C. Davis Law Review. Co-authored with Willamette University College of Law Professor Andrew Gilden, the paper considers the broader copyright law implications of the Britney Spears conservatorship and ways the law might better protect vulnerable creators.

Their paper was also accepted for the upcoming Eighth Copyright Scholarship Roundtable hosted by University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School in early May, and for the Fourth Annual Art Law Works-in-Progress Colloquium hosted by New England Law in early June.

Earlier in the year, Professor Subotnik was an invited commentator at the Thirteenth Annual Tri-State Region IP Workshop at NYU Law. She discussed a controversial artist’s rights issue that was recently argued before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.