Most are accessible on my Academia page, as well as other more recent draft manuscripts.
Update Feb 2021: I will close my Academia.edu account soon and will start uploading the papers to LawArxiv and link them to the list below.
(2022) ‘Addressing Vaccine Inequity During the COVID-19 Pandemic: The TRIPS Intellectual Property Waiver Proposal & Beyond’ Cambridge Law Journal Vol. 81 Issue 2: 384-416. Co-author with G. Dutfield, L. McDonagh, A. McMahon, S. Thambisetty.
(2019) ‘What if all we can see are the parts, and there is not a whole: elements and manifestations of the making of law of ‘climate justice‘ Special issue on ‘Legal Materiality’, Law Text Culture, 23: 138-170. Open access.
(2019) ‘Introduction‘ Special issue on ‘Legal Materiality’ Law Text Culture, 23: 1-15. (co-authored with Sara Kendall) Open access.
(2019) “Is There (Should There Be) a Law & Humanities Canon?” Law, Culture and the Humanities, Vol. 16.
(2019) ‘Ghosts of Inventions: Patent Law’s Digital Mediations‘ History of Science 57 (1): 38-61.
(2016) ‘In Search of a Trade Mark: Search Practices and Bureaucratic Poetics.’ Griffith Law Review 25(2): 147-171. (co-authored with Jose Bellido)
(2015) ‘Patent as Credit. When Intellectual Property Becomes Speculative.’ Radical Philosophy 194: 29-37. Open access.
(2012) ‘Science Inside Law: The Making of a New Patent Class in the International Patent Classification.’ Science in Context 25: 551-594. Open access available at <https://core.ac.uk/display/85216063 >
(2006) ‘An exploration into law and narratives: the case of intellectual property law of biotechnology.’ Law and Critique 17: 239-265.
(2021) ‘Cross-disciplinarity as a practice of critical linking: how does a scholar relate different ’bodies’? Writing from Within the Body as a Research Process’. In: Herman, D. and Parsley, C. eds. Interdisciplinarities: Research Process, Method, and the Body of Law. Palgrave Macmillan.
(2020) ‘Patents as Assets: Intellectual Property Rights as Market Subjects and Objects‘ in: Birch, K. and Muniesa, F. eds. Turning Things into Assets: New Lineaments in the Study of Technoscientific Capitalism. MIT Press.
Open access PDF: https://direct.mit.edu/books/book/4848/chapter/625225/Patents-as-Assets-Intellectual-Property-Rights-as
(2020) ‘Legal Materiality‘ in: DelMar, M, Meyler, B. & Stern, S. eds. Oxford Handbook for Law and the Humanities, Oxford University Press (first author; second author: Sara Kendall)
(2018) ‘Law’s Materiality: Between Concrete Matters and Abstract Forms, or How Matter Becomes Material‘ in: Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulous, A. ed. Routledge Handbook for Law and Theory. Routledge.
(2014). ‘Autonomy/Code: On software rhetorics in postgenomics and artificial intelligence.’ in: Bung, J. and Grube, M. eds. Autonome Automaten. Künstliche Körper und Artifizielle Agenten in der technisierten Gesellschaft. Berlin: Kritische Reihe, trafo Verlag.
(2011). ‘Autonomic computing, genomic data and human agency: the case for embodiment.’ in: Hildebrandt, M. and Rouvroy, A. eds. Autonomic Computing and Transformation of Human Agency. London: Routledge.
(2011). ‘Homo Postdoctus.’ in: Eine Naturgeschichte für das 21. Jahrhundert. Zu Ehren von Hans-Jörg Rheinberger. Berlin: Max-Planck-Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte.
(2009). ‘Classifying Novelty. Transfer and negotiation of scientific knowledge in the International Patent Classification.’ in:Gaudilliere, J. -P. and Kevles, D. eds. Living Properties: Making Knowledge and Controlling Ownership in the History of Biology. Max Planck Institute for the History of Science Preprint, No 382, pp. 123-136.
(2007). ‘Identifying John Moore: narratives of persona in patent law relating to inventions of human origin.’ in:Glasner, P., Atkinson, P. and Greenslade, H. eds. New Genetics, New Social Formations. London, New York: Routledge.
(2019) Special issue on ‘Legal Materiality’ Law Text Culture Vol. 23 (with S. Kendall) Open access.
(2012) A. Pottage and B. Sherman’s Figures of Invention. Modern Law Review 75: 463-469.
(2022) ‘Not Much of a Waiver: The Leaked Draft Text of the TRIPS Waiver Compromise‘, VerfassungsBlog (18 March 2022). DOI: 10.17176/20220319-001323-0.
(2021) ‘Academic Open Letter in Support of the TRIPS Intellectual Property Waiver Proposal, July 2021’ hosted by Kent Law School Center for Social Critiques of Law. Also available as LSE Law – Policy Briefing Paper No. 46. Co-author with A. McMahon, G. Dutfield, L.McDonagh, S. Thambisetty.
(2021) The TRIPS Intellectual Property Waiver Proposal: Creating the Right Incentives in Patent Law and Politics to end the COVID-19 Pandemic (24 May 2021) LSE Legal Studies Working Paper No. 06/2021. Co-author with S. Thambisetty, A. McMahon, L. McDonagh, G. Dutfield
(2021) Patent Capital in the Covid-19 Pandemic: Critical Intellectual Property Law. in Critical Legal Thinking
– reprint ‘Who is the ‘Public’ in the IP Law that Defines Its Public Purpose?’ in The Wire – Science (7 March)
(2018) Climate Rights. in London Review of Books Blog
(2015). Authors and Impresarios: How to Move Across Disciplines. A Conversation with Mario Biagioli. in Somatosphere
(2022) Video: Lecture at Sustainable Global Economic Law Center, University of Amsterdam, ‘Legal materiality of climate justice: a study of law in making’. 29 March 2022
(2021) Video: ISHTIP/Kent Law School SoCril Panel Discussion: ‘Intellectual Property Law Scholarship and Pedagogy in Times of Covid-19 Pandemic‘ Panel: Graham Dutfield (Leeds), Hyo Yoon Kang (Kent), Fiona Macmillan (Birkbeck), Luke McDonagh (LSE), Aisling McMahon (Maynooth), Alain Pottage (Sciences Po), Els Torreele (UCL). 1 July 2021.
(2021) Video: UCL Anthropocene Workshop Panel on ‘Engineering Vaccine Equity & The Future of Global Health Innovation‘ Panel: Gustavo Matta (Fiocruz), Priti Patnaik (Geneva Health Files), Penny Carmichael (UCL), Hyo Yoon Kang (University of Kent), hosted by workshop co-convenors Andrew Barry (UCL) and Paige Patchin (UCL). 16 June 2021.
(2019) of Fabian Steinhauer ‘Cultural Techniques of Law‘ Law Text Culture Vol. 23: 79-90. Open access.