About Staff

Innovation & Intellectual Property Center
Legal Researcher
Tu, Margaret Yun-Pu

Analysis and research on Intellectual Property laws and laws in technology field comparing Taiwan status quo, then offer legal reform and policy counsel.

Taiwan
‧Academia Sinica, Institutum Iurisprudentiae, Research Assistant, hosted Legal Development Symposium of Cross-Straits, Hong Kong and Macao.
‧Council of Indigenous Peoples, Traditional Intellectual Creations Project, Professional Manager, offered legal reform and policy counsel.
United States
‧Casetext (Legal and Technology Startup), Student Ambassador. ‧University of Washington, Student Assistant in Department of Law.

‧University of Washington, Intellectual Property Law and Policy LL.M.
‧National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Institute of Patent.
‧National Taiwan University, LL.B.

Experience

‧Institute for Information Industry / Science & Technology Law Institute / Legal Researcher(May 2018 – present)
‧Council of Indigenous Peoples / Traditional Intellectual Creations Project / Professional Manager(Aug. 2017 – 2018 April)
‧Casetext / Student Ambassador(Jan. 2016 –June 2016)
‧University of Washington / Student Assistant in Department of Law(Nov. 2015 – June 2016)
‧Academia Sinica / Institutum Iurisprudentiae / Research Assistant(June 2013 – July 2014)
‧National Policy Foundation / NCC legal Analysis Research Assistant(May 2012 – Jan. 2013)

Publication

‧UW Thesis (2016): The approach to protect Taiwan Indigenous Peoples right to Cultural Expressions under Intellectual Property Regime
‧NTUST Thesis (2014): Study of Compulsory Licensing- When Human Rights Meet Pharmaceutical Patents

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