Last week, Professor Annemarie Bridy participated in the annual Works In Progress for IP Scholars Colloquium (WIPIP 2016), hosted this year in Seattle by the University of Washington School of Law and its Center for Advanced Study & Research on Innovation Policy (CASRIP).  The conference brought together over 100 legal scholars from throughout the United States and abroad to present current work in all areas of intellectual property and innovation law and policy.  Professor Bridy's paper, Three Notice Failures in Copyright Law, will be published in the next issue of the Boston University Law Review--a symposium issue dedicated to the topic of notice and notice failures in IP law.