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Mark F. Schultz's Publications


"Copynorms: Copyright and Social Norms," in Intellectual Property and Information Wealth: Issues and Practices in the Digital Age, vol. 1, 201-236, edited by Peter K. Yu (Westport, Conn.: Praeger Publishers, 2007).

"The New International Intellectual Property Agenda," in Are Intellectual Property Rights Human Rights? 7-31 (Federalist Society, 2006) (with David Walker) (also translated and published as Le Nouveau Programme International sur la Propriete Intellectuelle and La nueva agenda de la propiedad intlectual internacional).


"Introduction: Common Ground: How Intellectual Property Unites Creators and Innovators." 22 George Mason Law Review 801-803 (2015 (with Adam Mossoff).

"Reconciling Social Norms and Copyright Law: Strategies for Persuading People to Pay for Recorded Music." 17 Journal of Intellectual Property Law 59-88 (2009).

"Live Performance, Copyright, and the Future of the Music Business." 43 Richmond Law Review 685-764 (2008).

"Creative Development: Helping Poor Countries by Building Creative Industries." 97 Kentucky Law Journal 79-147 (2008) (with Alec van Gelder).

"Fear and Norms and Rock and Roll: What Jambands Can Teach About Persuading People to Comply With Copyright Law." 21Berkeley Technology Law Journal 651-728 (2006).

"Will BitTorrent Go the Way of Grokster? Filesharing AfterMGM. v. Grokster." SciTech Lawyer (October 2005).

"How Intellectual Property Became Controversial: NGOs and the New International IP Agenda." 6 Engage: The Journal of the Federalist Society’s Practice Groups 82-98 (October 2005) (with David B. Walker).

"Attorneys Fees Under the Independent Counsel Act: How the Grinch Stole Lyn Nofziger's Wallet." 60 George Washington Law Review 1311-1356 (1992).


Lorrie F. Cranor and Steven S. Wildman, Rethinking Rights and Regulations: Institutional Responses to New Communication Technologies (MIT Press, 2003), 45 Jurimetrics Journal of Law, Science and Technology 103-110 (2004).