UNH Law professor Tonya Evans recently had her current work-in-progress, “CryptoKitties, Cryptography, and Copyright” accepted for presentation at the 2018 BYU Copyright and Trademark Symposium in Provo, Utah, adding to a growing list of speaking engagements on the paper.
The BYU symposium will be held Oct. 18 and 19, and Evans’s paper will also be published in the BYU Copyright and Trademark Symposium Issue of the American Intellectual Property Law Association Quarterly Journal.
In addition to the BYU symposium appearance, Evans was a featured panelist on two panels and presented on the paper in July at the Lutie Lytle Black Women Faculty Workshop & Writing Retreat at SMU Dedman School of Law in Dallas, Texas.
Evans will be a panelist at the 2018 SEALS Annual Conference (held Aug. 5-11 in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.) as part of a panel on Blockchain and the Law, and she will be one of only two plenary presenters at the Intellectual Property Scholars Conference on Aug. 10 at Berkeley Law in Berkeley, Calif.
Evans will be back in Dallas as a panelist at the SMU Dedman School of Law Intellectual Property Symposium on Sept. 21, and will deliver an internal presentation on intellectual property and Blockchain at a World Intellectual Property Organization Lunchtime Learning event in Geneva on Oct. 4.