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The UC Irvine Libraries support the Chancellor's Distinguished Fellows Series by providing a bibliography of the works of each Fellow. The bibliographies are available in print at the Langson and Science Libraries and at each public event.

2001 - 2002 Series

Pamela Samuelson

UC Irvine Chancellor's Distinguished Fellow
A Selective Bibliography: The UC Irvine Libraries
May 2, 2002

Susan Lessick
The UC Irvine Libraries


Works In Progress

  • (with Hal Varian.) "Information Technology."
    In Jeffrey Frankel and Peter Orszag, eds.,
    Economic Policy in the 1990's
    , (forthcoming).
  • "Copyright, Censorship and Commodification: The Past As Prologue."
    In Niva Elkin-Koren, ed.,
    Commodification of Information
    , (forthcoming).
  • "Toward a "New Deal" for Copyright in an Information Age."
    Michigan Law Review
    100 (forthcoming) (book review).
  • "The Law and Economics of Reverse Engineering."
    Yale Law Journal
    111 (forthcoming).

Law Review Articles

  • "Economic and Constitutional Influences on Copyright Law in the United States."
    European Intellectual Property Review
    23 (September 2001) : 409.
  • "Privacy as Intellectual Property?"
    Stanford Law Review
    52 (2000) : 1125-1173
    Main Lib. Call No.: K 23 T3
  • "Challenges For the World Intellectual Property Organization and the Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights Council in Regulating Intellectual Property Rights In The Information Age."
    European Intellectual Property Review
    21 (Nov. 1999) : 578.
  • (with Kurt Opsahl.) "Licensing Information in the Global Information Market: Freedom of Contract Meets Public Policy."
    European Intellectual Property Review
    21 (August 1999) : 386.
  • "Foreward: Symposium on Intellectual Property and Contract Law for the Information Age."
    California Law Review
    87 (1999) : 1-16.
    Main Lib. Call No.: K 3 A385
  • "A New Kind of Privacy? Regulating Uses of Personal Data In the Global Information Economy," review of None of Your Business: World Data Flows, Electronic Commerce, and the European Privacy Directive, by Peter P. Swire and Robert E. Litan ; review of Data Privacy Law: A Study of United States Data Protection, by Paul M. Schwartz and Joel R. Reidenberg,
    California Law Review
    87 (1999) : 751-778. Main Lib. Call No.: K 3 A385
  • "Intellectual Property and the Digital Economy: Why the Anti-Circumvention Regulations Need To Be Revised."
    Berkeley Technology Law Journal
    14 (1999) : 519.
  • "Foreword: Symposium on Intellectual Property and Contract Law for the Information Age."
    Berkeley Technology Law Journal
    13 (1998) : 809.
  • (with J. H. Reichman.) "Intellectual Property Rights in Data?"
    Vanderbilt Law Review
    50 (1997) : 50-166.
    Main Lib. Call No.: K 26 A5
  • "Foreword: Symposium on Digital Content."
    Berkeley Technology Law Journal
    12 (1997) : 1.
  • "U.S. Digital Agenda at WIPO."
    Virginia Journal of International Law
    37 (1997) : 369.
  • "Protecting Software and Information on the Internet."
    Journal of Science and Technology Law
    3 (1997) : 3.
  • "The Quest for Enabling Metaphors for Law and Lawyering in the Information Age," review of Shamans, Software, and Spleens: Law and the Construction of the Information Society, by James Boyle ; review of Law in the Digital World, by M. Ethan Katsch,
    Michigan Law Review
    94 (1996) : 2029-2057.
    Main Lib Call No. K 13 I25
  • (with Randall Davis, Mitchell Kapor, and J.H. Reichman.) "Existing Laws Fail to Protect Software Adequately: a New Legal Regime is Needed to Shield What a Program Does Rather Than the Text It Contains."
    National Law Journal
    17 (1995) : 33.
  • "Brief Amicus Curiae of Copyright Law Professors in Lotus Development Corp. v. Borland Int'l, Inc."
    Journal of Intellectual Property Law
    3 (1995): 103.
  • (with Randall Davis, Mitchell Kapor, and J.H. Reichman.) "A Manifesto Concerning the Legal Protection of Computer Programs."
    Columbia Law Review
    94 (1994) : 2308.
  • "Will the Copyright Office Be Obsolete in the Twenty-First Century?"
    Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal
    13 (1994): 55.
  • "The Nature of Copyright Analysis for Computer Programs:Copyright Law Professors' Brief Amicus Curiae in Lotus v. Borland."
    Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal
    (Comm/Ent) 16 (1994): 657.
  • "The Originality Standard for Literary Works Under U.S. Copyright Law."
    American Journal of Comparative Law
    42 (1994) : 393-417.
    Main Lib. Call No. ML K1 M 37
  • "Comparing U.S. and E.C. Copyright Protection for Computer Programs: Are They More Different than They Seem?"
    Journal of Law and Commerce
    13 (1994): 279.
    Main Lib. Call No: K 10 O845
  • "Fair Use for Computer Programs and other Copyrightable Works in Digital Form: The Implications of Sony, Galoob and Sega."
    Journal of Intellectual Property Law
    49 (1993) : 1.
  • (with Robert Glushko.) "Intellectual Property Rights For Digital Library and Hypertext Publishing Systems."
    Harvard Journal of Law & Technology
    6 (1993) : 237.
  • "Some New Kinds of Authorship Made Possible by Computers and Some Intellectual Property Questions they raise."
    University of Pittsburgh Law Review
    53 (1992) : 685.
  • "Benson Revisited: The Case against Patent Protection for Algorithms and Other Computer Program-Related Inventions."
    Emory Law Journal
    39 (1990) : 1025-1154.
    Main Lib. Call No. K10 O89
  • "Digital Media and the Changing Face of Intellectual Property Law."
    Rutgers Computer & Technology Law Journal
    16 (1990) : 323.
  • (with Robert Glushko.) "Comparing the Views of Lawyers and User Interface Designers on the Software Copyright "Look and Feel" Lawsuits."
    Jurimetrics Journal
    30 (1989): 121-137.
    Main Lib Call No.: K 10 U67
  • "Survey on the Patent/Copyright Interface for Computer Programs."
    AIPLA Quarterly Journal
    17 (1989) : 256.
  • "Information As Property: Do Ruckelshaus and Carpenter Signal a Changing Direction in the Law?"
    Catholic University Law Review
    38 (1989) : 365-400.
    Main Lib. Call No. K 3 A8
  • "Reflections on the State of American Software Copyright Law and the Perils of Teaching It."
    Columbia-VLA Journal of Law & the Arts
    13 (1988) : 61-75.
    Main Lib. Call No.: K 1 R856
  • "Modifying Copyrighted Software: Adjusting Copyright Doctrine to Accommodate a Technology."
    Jurimetrics Journal
    28 (1988) : 179-221.
    Main Lib. Call No.: K 10 U67
  • "Understanding the Implications of Selling Rights in Software to the Defense Department: A Journey Through the Regulatory Maze."
    Rutgers Computer & Technology Law Journal
    13 (1987) : 33.
  • "Introduction: Symposium on the Future of Software Protection."
    University of Pittsburgh Law Review
    47 (1986) : 905.
  • "Allocating Ownership Rights in Computer-Generated Works."
    University of Pittsburgh Law Review
    47 (1986) : 1185.
  • "The Need for Reform of the Defense Department's Software Licensing Policy."
    Jurimetrics Journal
    27 (1986) : 9-64.
    Main Lib. Call No.: K 10 U67
  • "Creating a New Kind of Intellectual Property Law: Applying the Lessons of the Chip Law to Computer Programs."
    Minnesota Law Review
    70 (1985) : 471.
  • "Good Legal Writing: Of Orwell and Window Panes."
    University of Pittsburgh Law Review
    46 (1984) : 149.
  • "CONTU Revisited: The Case against Copyright Protection for Computer-Programs in Machine-Readable Form."
    Duke L. J.
    1984 (1984) : 663-769.
    Main Lib Call No.: K4 U38
  • "Reviving Zacchini: Analyzing First Amendment Defenses in Right of Publicity and Copyright Cases."
    Tulane Law Review
    57 (1983) : 836.
  • "Sentence Review and Sentence Disparity: Case-Study of Connecticut-Sentence-Review-Division."
    Connecticut Law Review
    10 (1977) : 5.

Journal Articles

  • "Anti-Circumvention Rules: Threat to Science."
    Science
    293, no. 5537 (14 September 2001): 2028-2031.
    Science Lib. Call No.: Q1 S35
  • "Toward a New Politics of Intellectual Property."
    Communications of the ACM
    44, no. 3 (March 2001) : 98-99.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76 A772
    via WWW
  • "Intellectual Property for an Information Age."
    Communications of the ACM
    44, no. 2 (February 2001) : 66-68.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76 A772
    via WWW
  • Review of The Social Life of Information, by John Seely Brown and Paul Duguid.
    Wired
    (December 2000) : 8.12.
    Science Lib. Call No.: TK 5105.5 W57
    via WWW
  • "Why the Anti-Circumvention Regulations Need Revision."
    Communications of the ACM
    42,
    no. 9 (September 1999) : 17-21.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76 A772
    via WWW
  • "Good News and Bad News On the Intellectual Property Front."
    Communications of the ACM
    42, no. 3 (March 1999) : 19-24.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76 A772
    via WWW
  • "Implications of the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights for Cultural Dimensions of National Copyright Laws."
    Journal of Cultural Economics
    23, no. 1-2 (1999) : 95-107.
    via WWW
  • "Internet Law and Policy: A U.S. Perspective."
    Amerika Ho
    (1999): 155.
  • "The Digital Rights War."
    Wilson Quarterly
    22, no. 4 (Autumn 1998) : 48.
    Science Lib.-Temp Call No. AS 36 W79 A37
  • "Does Information Really Want to Be Licensed?"
    Communications of the ACM
    41, no. 9 (September 1998) : 15-20.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76 A772
    via WWW
  • "Fair Use or Fair License?"
    Wired
    (May 1998) 6.05.
    Science Lib. Call No.: TK 5105.5 W57
    via WWW
  • "Encoding the Law Into Digital Libraries."
    Communications of the ACM
    41, no. 4 (April 1998) : 13-18.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76 A772
    via WWW
  • "Database Debacle."
    Wired
    (February 1998) 6.02.
    Science Lib. Call No.: TK 5105.5 W57
    via WWW
  • "Embedding Technical Self-Help in Licensed Software,
    Communications of the ACM
    40, no. 10 (October 1997): 13-17.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76 A772
    via WWW
  • "The Never Ending Struggle For Balance."
    Communications of the ACM
    40, no. 5 (May 1997) : 17-21.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76 A772
    via WWW
  • (with John Browning.) "Confab Clips Copyright Cartel."
    Wired
    (March 1997) 5.03.
    Science Lib. Call No.: TK 5105.5 W57
    via WWW
  • "Maximum Copyright, Minimum Use."
    Wired
    (March 1997) 6.03.
    Science Lib. Call No.: TK 5105.5 W57
  • "Legal Protection For Database Contents."
    Communications of the ACM
    39, no. 12 (December 1996) : 17-23.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76 A772
    via WWW
  • "On Authors' Rights in Cyberspace: Questioning the Need for New International Rules Author's Rights in Cyberspace."
    First Monday
    (October 1996) [journal online]
    via WWW
  • "Views on Intellectual Property and Software - Response."
    Communications of the ACM
    39, no. 8 (August 1996) : 26-27.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76 A772
  • "Regulation of Technologies To Protect Copyrighted Works."
    Communications of the ACM
    39, no. 7 (July 1996) : 17-22.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76 A772
    via WWW
  • "Addressing Intellectual Property Issues and the White Paper - Response." Communications of the ACM 39, no. 5 (May 1996) : 33-33.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76 A772
  • (with Randall Davis, Mitchell Kapor and Jerome Reichman.) "A New View of Intellectual Property and Software."
    Communications of the ACM
    39, no. 3 (March 1996) : 21-30.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76 A772
    via WWW
  • "Intellectual Property Rights and the Global Information Economy."
    Communications of the ACM
    39, no. 1 (January 1996) : 23-28.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76 A772
    via WWW
  • "The Copyright Grab."
    Wired
    (January 1996) 4.01.
    Science Lib. Call No.: TK 5105.5 W57
    via WWW
  • A Framework for a New Legal Regime for the Protection of Software Innovation,
    Patents & Licensing
    25 (Oct. 1995) : 23.
  • "Software Compatibility and the Law."
    Communications of the ACM
    38, no. 8 (August 1995) : 15-22.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76 A772
    via WWW
  • "Copyright's Fair-Use Doctrine and Digital Data."
    Publishing Research Quarterly
    11, no. 1 (Spring 1995) : 27-39.
    Science Lib.-Temp Call No. Z 1003 B7175
  • "Copyright and Digital Libraries."
    Communications of the ACM
    38, no. 4 (April 1995) : 15.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76 A772
    via WWW
  • "Counterpoint: An Entirely New Legal Regime Is Needed."
    Computer Law
    12 (February 1995) : 11.
  • "The NII Intellectual Property Report."
    Communications of the ACM
    37, no. 12 (December 1994) : 21-27.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76 A772
    via WWW
  • "Self-Plagiarism or Fair Use?"
    Communications of the ACM
    37, no. 8 (August 1994) : 21-25.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76 A772
    via WWW
  • "Copyright's Fair Use Doctrine and Digital Data."
    Communications of the ACM
    37, no. 1 (January 1994) : 21-28.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76 A772
    via WWW
  • "Computer Programs and Copyright's Fair-Use Doctrine."
    Communications of the ACM
    36, no. 9 (September 1993) : 19-25.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76 A772
    via WWW
  • "The Ups and Downs of Look and Feel."
    Communications of the ACM
    36, no. 4 (April 1993) : 29-35.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76 A772
    via WWW
  • "Liability For Defective Electronic Information."
    Communications of the ACM
    36, no. 1 (January 1993) : 21-26.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76 A772
    via WWW
  • "Once Again, Patents."
    Communications of the ACM
    35, no. 10 (October 1992) : 15-17.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76 A772
  • "Updating the Copyright Look and Feel Lawsuits."
    Communications of the ACM
    35, no. 9 (September 1992) : 25-31.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76 A772
    via WWW
  • (with Michel Denber and Robert Glushko.) "Developments on the Intellectual Property Front."
    Communications of the ACM
    35, no. 6 (June 1992) : 33-39.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76 A772
    via WWW
  • "Computer Programs, User Interfaces, and Section 102 (b) of the Copyright Act of 1976 - A Critique of Lotus v. Paperback."
    Law and Contemporary Problems
    55, no. 2 (Spring 1992) : 311-353.
    Main Lib. Call No.: K 12 A73
  • "Copyright Law and Electronic Compilations of Data."
    Communications of the ACM
    35, no. 2 (February 1992) : 27-32.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76 A772
    via WWW
  • "Digital Media and the Law."
    Communications of the ACM
    34, no. 10 (October 1991) : 23-28.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76 A772
    via WWW
  • "First Amendment Rights For Information Providers?"
    Communications of the ACM
    34, no. 6 (June 1991) : 19-23.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76 A772
    via WWW
  • "Equal Justice - Reply."
    Communications of the ACM
    34, no. 4 (April 1991) : 16-18.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76 A772
  • "Is Information Property?"
    Communications of the ACM
    34, no. 3 (March 1991) : 15-18.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76 A77
    via WWW
  • "Storing of Public Data for Research - The Swedish Case .1."
    Government and Public Review
    18, no. 1 (January-February 1991) : 65-69.
  • "How To Interpret the Lotus Decision (and How Not To)."
    Communications of the ACM
    33, no. 11 (November 1990) : 27-33.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76 A772
    via WWW
  • "Should Program Algorithms Be Patented?"
    Communications of the ACM
    33, no. 8 (August 1990) : 23-27.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76 A772
    via WWW
  • "Interpreting Reverse-Engineering Law - Response."
    IEEE Software
    7, no. 4 (July 1990) : 8.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76.6 I72
    via WWW
  • (with Robert Glushko.) "Survey on the Look and Feel Lawsuits."
    Communications of the ACM
    33, no. 5 (May 1990) : 483-487.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76 A772
  • "Interface Specifications, Compatibility, and Intellectual Property Law."
    Communications of the ACM
    33, no. 2 (February 1990) : 111-114.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76 A772
    via WWW
  • "Reverse-Engineering Someone Else's Software: Is It Legal?"
    IEEE Software
    7, no. 1 (January 1990) : 90-96.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76.6 I72
    via WWW

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  • "Can Hackers be Sued for Damages Caused by Computer Viruses?"
    Communications of the ACM
    32, no. 6 (June 1989) : 666-668.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76 A772
    via WWW
  • "Why the Look and Feel of Software User Interfaces Should Not Be Protected by Copyright Law."
    Communications of the ACM
    32, no. 5 (May 1989) : 563-572.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76 A772
    via WWW
  • "Is Copyright Law Steering the Right Course?"
    IEEE Software
    5, no. 5 (September 1988) : 78-86.
    Science Lib. Call No.: QA 76.6 I72
    via WWW
  • "Innovation and Competition - Conflicts Over Intellectual Property Rights in New Technologies."
    Science, Technology and Human Values
    12, no. 1 (Winter 1987) : 6-21.
    Science Lib. Call No.: Q 175.4 S321
  • (with Kevin Deasy and Anne Martin.) "Proposal for a New 'Rights in Software' Clause for Software Acquisitions by the Department of Defense."
    Computer Law
    4 (January 1987) : 32.
  • "Comments on the Proposed Defense and Federal Acquisition Regulations."
    Computer Law
    3 (December 1986): 6.

Books and Book Chapters

  • "Five Challenges for Regulating the Information Society,"
    In Christopher Marsden, ed., Regulating the Global Information Society.
    New York: Routledge Press, 2000.
    Main Lib. Call No.: K 654.C6 R44
  • (with Mark Lemley, Peter Menell, and Robert Merges.)
    Software and Internet Law
    .
    Gaithersburg, Md.: Aspen Law & Business, 2000.
  • (with K. Opsahl.) "The Tensions between Intellectual Property and Contracts in the Information Age: An American Perspective."
    In F. W. Grosheide, ed., Europees Privaatrecht.
    Molengrafica, 1998. Lelystad: Koninklijke Vermande, 1999/2000.
  • "Copyright, Digital Data, and Fair Use in Digital Networked Environments."
    In Ejan MacKaay, Daniel Poulin, and Pierre Trudel, eds.,
    The Electronic Superhighway: the Shape of Technology and Law to Come
    .
    The Hague; Boston: Kluwer Law International, 1995.
  • "A Case Study On Computer Programs."
    In Mitchel Wallerstein, Mary Mogee, Roberta Schoen, eds.,
    Global Dimensions of Intellectual Property Rights in Science and Technology
    .
    Washington, DC : National Academy Press, 1993.
  • "Computer Software Copyright Law in the United States: 1992 and Beyond."
    In A.P. Meijboom and C. Prins, eds., The Law of Information Technology in Europe 1992: a comparison with the USA. Computer/law Series, 9.
    Deventer; Boston: Kluwer Law and Taxation Publishers, 1991.
  • "Computer Viruses and Worms: Wrong, A Crime, or Both?"
    In Peter Denning, ed., Computers Under Attack :Intruders, Worms, and Viruses.
    New York, N.Y. : ACM Press ; Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley, 1991.
  • "Innovation and Competition: Conflicts Over Intellectual Property Rights in New Technologies."
    In Vivian Weil and John Snapper, eds., Owning Scientific and Technical Information: Value and Ethical Issues.
    New Brunswick : Rutgers University Press, c1989.

Other Works

  • (with Suzanne Scotchmer.) The Law & Economics of Reverse Engineering. December 3, 2001. Internet on-line.
    Available from
    via WWW
    . [11 April 2002].
  • Amicus curiae brief for appellants, American Civil Liberties Union, et al, Universal City Studios v. Reimerdes, 111 F. Supp. 2d 294 (S.D.N.Y. 2000), January 26, 2001.
  • (with Randall Davis.) The Digital Dilemma: A Perspective on Intellectual Property in the Information Age.
    Paper presented at the 28th Annual Telecommunications Policy Research Conference, Alexandria, Virginia, 24 September 2000. Internet on-line.
    Available from
    via WWW
    . [11 April 2002].
  • "Toward More Sensible Anti-Circumvention Regulations."
    In Financial Cryptography: Proceedings of the 4th International Conference, FC 2000 Held in Anguilla, British West Indies, February 20-24, 2000, edited by Yair Frankel, 33. Berlin ; New York : Springer, 2001.
    Main Lib. Call No.: HG 1710 F35
  • Copyright, Commodification, and Censorshop: Past as Prologue-But to What Future? Internet on-line.
    Available from
    via WWW
    . [11 April 2002].
  • "Remarks for Panel Session on Digitalization."
    In The Boundaries of Copyright: It's Proper Limitations and Exceptions: ALAI Study Days Held at Cambridge University, September 14-17, 1998.
  • Technology in and Beyond the Classroom.
    Article prepared for the Association of American Law Schools Conference on New Ideas for Experienced Teachers, June 10-14, 1997, in Minneapolis MN. Internet on-line.
    Available from
    via WWW
    . [11 April 2002].
  • "Protecting User Interfaces Through Copyright: The Debate."
    In Human Factors in Computing Systems: Looking to the Future: Proceedings of the CHI'97 Conference Held in Atlanta, March 22-27, 1997, edited by Steven Pemberton. New York, NY : Association for Computing Machinery, c1997.
    Main Lib. Call No.: In Processing
  • "A Manifesto Concerning the Legal Protection of Computer Programs: Why Existing Laws Fail to Protect Software Adequately."
    In Intellectual property rights and new technologies: Proceedings of the KnowRight '95 Conference Held in Vienna, Austria, August 21-25, 1995, edited by Klaus Brunnstein and Peter Paul Sint. Wien : R. Oldenbourg, 1995.
  • "Developments in the Law of the United States: Applying Copyright Law to Computer Programs."
    In Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on the Legal Protection of Computer Software. Held in December, 1991, 357. 1991.
  • "Some Challenges New Information Technologies Pose for Existing Intellectual Property Systems."
    In Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on the Legal Protection of Computer Software. Held in December, 1991, 453. 1991.
  • Selected Tutorials for Non-Legal Professionals and Other Slide Presentations by Pamela Samuelson. Internet on-line.
    Available from
    via WWW
    . [11 April 2002].

About Professor Samuelson

  • Biography: Pamela Samuelson. Internet on-line.
    Available from
    via WWW. [11 April 2002].
  • Weise, Elizabeth. "Pamela Samuelson: Cyber-rights guardian." USA Today. Tech Report. 28 December 2000. E-Journal on-line.
    Available from
    via WWW
    . [8 April 2002].
  • The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. MacArthur Fellows Program: Complete List of MacArthur's Fellows: MacArthur Fellows 1981 - 2001: S - Z. 1 January 2002. Internet on-line.
    Available from
    via WWW
    [15 April 2002].
  • Slind-Flor, Victoria. "Prof. Gets 'genius' grant: Berkeley, Calif., intellectual property law scholar wins." National Law Journal 19, no. 44 (30 June 1997) : 9.
  • Samuelson Law, Technology, and Public Policy Clinic, Boalt Hall School of Law University of California, Berkeley. 27 March 2002. Internet on-line.
    Available from
    via WWW
    . [15 April 2002].
  • "New scholarship provides full funding for women studying science or technology." News and Publications, University of Washington. 13 June 2000. Intenet on-line.
    Available from
    via WWW . [15 April 2002].
  • "SIMS Professor Pamela Samuelson named a Chancellor's Professor." SIMS Alumni Newsletter. December 2001. Internet on-line.
    Available from
    via WWW
    . [15 April 2002].
  • The Association for Computing Machinery. ACM: Fellows Award / Pamela Samuelson. 28 January 1999. Internet on-line.
    Available from
    via WWW. [15 April 2002].
  • "Who's Who in American Law, 11th Edition ; Who's Who in the West. 28th Edition ; Who's Who of American Women. 22nd Edition." The Complete Marquis Who's Who. Marquis Who's Who, 2001. Reproduced in Biography Resource Center. Farmington Hills, Mich.: The Gale Group. 2002. Internet on-line.
    Available from
    via WWW
    . [15 April 2002].
  • "Who's Who in IP: Pamela Samuelson, Boalt Hall School of Law." Legal Times. 24 May 2001. E-Journal on-line.
    Available from Law.com at
    via WWW. [15 April 2002].
  • "The 100 Most Influential Lawyers in America: Pamela Samuelson." National Law Journal. E-Journal on-line. 8 June 2000.
    Available from Law.com at
    via WWW
    . [15 April 2002].
  • Electronic Frontier Foundation. EFF Boad, Staff, and Policy Fellows: EFF Fellows: Pamela Samuelson. Internet on-line.
    Available from
    via WWW
    . [15 April 2002].
 
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