penn state law review

On the Importance of Annoying Paperwork

by Joshua Auriemma July 17, 2009 Advice

When I started my externship, the field placement professor was extraordinarily helpful in getting me placed with an IP law firm.  She explained that traditionally, the higher ranked students don’t participate in field placement and instead focus on their academic work.  In retrospect, I have a lot to say on that subject, but it’s really […]

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Symposium: Building the Civilization of Arbitration

by Joshua Auriemma April 22, 2009 Uncategorized

PENN STATE LAW REVIEW Press Release: The Penn State Law Review is proud to announce the upcoming publication of its Symposium:  Building the Civilization of Arbitration.  The Law Review welcomes to its pages a lineup of distinguished arbitration law scholars and practitioners. The symposium investigates a wide variety of cutting-edge arbitration topics, ranging from recent […]

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A Limit on Licensing Agreements

by Joshua Auriemma February 2, 2009 Geekery

I made a post to GamesLaw recently discussing the recent MDY v. Blizzard decision from last week. As I hit crunchtime for my hopefully forthcoming law review Comment, I am increasingly infuriated with the insane power afforded to software developers. Why is it so difficult to argue that a contract term like, “we reserve the […]

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Research Advisor and Law Review Program

by Joshua Auriemma August 12, 2008 Law School

As a research assistant, I find myself reading an insane amount of law review articles. Adding Law Review to the mix means that I’ll be reading a super insane number of law review articles next year. I always read these articles and notice that they’ve been written in a nice outline format, but Lexis doesn’t […]

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Law Review Results

by Joshua Auriemma July 24, 2008 Law School

Andy and I found out that we made the Penn State Law Review today (as did our girlfriends). The law firm of Auriemma, Schnitzel, Ahmed, and Petrosky (ASAP) is coming together nicely.

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