Jordana GoodmanJordana Goodman will present “The Patent Equity Project” on Wednesday, March 22.

Seminar to explore patent equity

A seminar Wednesday, March 22, will discuss the importance of attribution, data showing the extent of diversity gaps in U.S. patent representation, and potential solutions to address these gaps.

Jordana Goodman, a lecturer at the Boston University School of Law and innovator in residence at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, will present “The Patent Equity Project” from noon to 1:30 p.m. in room 239, Joyce Entrepreneurship Centre. Remote attendance and recording options are also available.

Prof. Goodman's research focuses on gender and race equity issues in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, concentrating on intellectual property ownership and recognition as advancement tools for systemically under-represented people in STEM fields.

This seminar is hosted by the Law and Technology (LETC) Lab at Windsor Law. Find more information, including Goodman’s biography and registration details, on the lab’s website.

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