Cultural Property, Indigenous Traditional Knowledge, and Western Intellectual Property Systems
Barron Oda is Co-Chair of the ABA’s Section of Science & Technology Law’s Museum’s and the Arts Law Committee. His practice areas include governance, art, entertainment, museum, cultural property, and intellectual property law. He has taught intellectual property and constitutional law at the Hawaii Pacific University. The discussion, “Cultural Property, Indigenous Traditional Knowledge, and Western Intellectual Property Systems” took place on July 18, 2018.
Iolani Palace invites you to watch their new “Nā Moʻolelo Lecture Series.” The lectures feature presentations by Hawaiian cultural experts, historians, and museum professionals that will prompt discussion of Hawaiʻi’s history and culture as well as museum practices.