Professor Dana Beldiman teaches intellectual property at both UC Law SF in San Francisco and Bucerius Law School in Hamburg, Germany, where she is the Founder and Academic Director of the Center for Transnational Center for IP, Media and Technology Law and Policy. She also co-directs the UC Law SF – Bucerius Summer Program “International IP Transactions” in Hamburg, Germany, with Professor Lefstin.
Prof. Beldiman has held numerous visiting lectureships, including at CEIPI, University of Strasbourg, France; Singapore Management University; Riga Graduate School of Law, Latvia; Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, China; Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany; Santa Clara, School of Law, USA. Her research focuses on various aspects of international and comparative intellectual property and she has published extensively and spoken at many international conferences.
Ms. Beldiman is a partner with the San Francisco law firm of Squire, Patton, Boggs, San Francisco and specializes in international intellectual property law and international transactions. She also acts as Honorary Consul General for Romania in San Francisco.
Prof. Beldiman holds an M.A. from the University of Bucharest, Romania, a J.D. from UC Law SF, an L.L.M. in Intellectual Property from Santa Clara University School of Law and a doctorate in law magna cum laude from the University of Bremen, Germany.
Universitaet Bremen, Germany
Santa Clara University School of Law
LL.M., Master of Laws
UC Law SF College of the Law
University of Bucharest, Romania
M.A., Graduate Studies
Patent Chokepoints in the Influenza-Related Medicines Industry: Can Patent Pools Provide Balanced Access?
Tulane Journal of Technology and International Property 04/2012
An Information Society Approach to Privacy Legislation: How to Enhance Privacy While Maximizing Information Value
John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law 04/2012
Commercialization of Genetic Resources: Leveraging Ex Situ Genetic Resources to Shape Downstream IP Protection
Intellectual Property at the Crossroads of Trade 01/2012
Copyright and the Challenges of the Digital Age – Can All Interests Be Reconciled?
Legal Issues in the Global Information Society 01/2005
Protecting the Form but not the Function: Is U.S. Law Ready for a New Model High Tech?
Santa Clara Computer and High Technology Law Journal 01/2004