Jessica Litman is the John F. Nickoll Professor of Law at the University of Michigan. She is the author of Digital Copyright and the co-author, with Jane Ginsburg and Mary Lou Kevlin, of the casebook Trademarks and Unfair Competition Law: Cases and Materials.
Before rejoining the Michigan faculty in 2006, Litman was a professor of law at Wayne State University, a visiting professor at New York University School of Law and at American University Washington College of Law, and a professor at Michigan Law from 1984 to 1990. In addition, she has taught copyright law at the University of Tokyo as part of the Law Faculty Exchange Program.
Litman is a past trustee of the Copyright Society of the USA, a past chair of the Association of American Law Schools Section on Intellectual Property, and a past member of the Future of Music Coalition's advisory council and the advisory board for Public Knowledge. She is an adviser for the American Law Institute's Restatement of Copyright, a director of the American Trademark Law Society, and a member of the advisory board of Cyberspace Law Abstracts.
Trademark and Unfair Competition Law: Cases and Materials
"Symposium: Diamond Anniversary: 75 Years of the Lanham Act"
- Intellectual Property and Antitrust
- Legal History
"Copyright Practitioners and Copyright Scholars"
- Law and Technology
Panelist for a zoom webinar discussion on fair use, including the case Andy Warhol Foundation v. Goldsmith (currently pending before the Supreme Court) hosted by the Roger Williams University School of Law.
Presented "Copyright and Property-Think" at The Annual International Intellectual Property Lecture, Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law, Emmanuel College, Cambridge.