Double Blind Justice

Hastings Science & Technology Law Journal is proud to announce the first installment of a new feature to the journal and our web space, “Double Blind Justice.”

Double Blind Justice (hereinafter “DBJ”) applies a scientific and experimental approach to outstanding issues in the areas of intellectual property and science law.  For each issue presented, two practitioners, professors or other interested parties will be given the opportunity to provide a test or standard that they believe balances interests and provides sound policy.  Our “subjects” will then apply the test to approximately five to ten hypothetical examples.  The hypos will be provided by journal members and also sourced from the legal community through ongoing “calls for hypos.”

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