Margaret Chon is the Donald & Lynda Horowitz Professor for the Pursuit of Justice, and formerly Associate Dean for Research at Seattle University School of Law. She is the author of numerous articles, books, book chapters, and review essays on intellectual property, as well as race and law. Her recent co-edited volume, THE CAMBRIDGE HANDBOOK OF PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GOVERNANCE, AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (Cambridge University Press 2018), focuses on the relationship of global intellectual property institutions to the production of global public goods, expressed by human and sustainable development goals. An alumna of the University of Michigan (M.H.S.A. and J.D.) and Cornell University (A.B.), she clerked for both the Honorable A. Leon Higginbotham and the Honorable Dolores J. Sloviter of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. Professor Chon has been a member of the faculty at Seattle University since 1996. She is a member of the American Law Institute and the American Bar Foundation.
Articles, Publications, and Appearances
CAMBRIDGE HANDBOOK ON PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GOVERNANCE, AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (co-edited with Pedro Roffe and Ahmed Abdel-Latif, Cambridge University Press 2018)
RACE, RIGHTS AND REPARATION: LAW AND THE JAPANESE AMERICAN INTERNMENT, 2d. ed., with Eric Yamamoto, Jerry Kang, Carol Izumi and Frank Wu (Wolters Kluwer/Aspen Law & Business 2013)
RACE, RIGHTS AND REPARATION: LAW AND THE JAPANESE AMERICAN INTERNMENT, with Eric Yamamoto, Jerry Kang, Carol Izumi and Frank Wu (Aspen Law & Business 2001)