We have been moving gradually from the theoretical to the practical. Having examined the impact of critical legal studies ("CLS") in the academy and having discussed the intersection between scholarship and activism, we now turn to the nitty-gritty questions of how to actually enact change in intellectual property and information law and policy.
Litman, Jessica D. "Panel III: Politics and the Public in IP & Info Law Policy Making." M. J. Burstein et al., co-authors. Cardozo Arts & Ent. L. J. 31, no. 3 (2013): 642-61. (Spring Symposium: Critical Legal Studies & the Politicization of Intellectual Property and Information Law)