Agnes Gambill

Responsibilities

Head of Scholarly Communications, Appalachian State University

Assistant Professor, Belk Library

Research Faculty, Center for Analytics Research and Education


Education

J.D., University of North Carolina School of Law

L.L.M., Duke University School of Law

M.S.c., Oxford University

 

Service Interests

Chair, Digital Humanities Lab

Intellectual Property Development Council

Co-Chair, North Carolina Blockchain Initiative

Co-Chair, OpenUNC

 

Scholarly Interests

Intellectual Property 

Innovation and Entrepreneurship 

Digital Humanities

Open Access 

International Data Privacy 

Blockchain 

Cultural Heritage

Veteran Advocacy

 

Research & Other Projects 

Pilot Data Trust for Open Access eBook Usage

Data & Analytics for Good 

BeeXML: Journal for Bee Data Standardization 

Text Recycling Research Project (TRRP) (multi-institution, NSF-funded initiative investigating text recycling in STEM research)

Studies in Comparative Legal History 

 

Selected Scholarship 

Gambill, Agnes. (2021). Capturing the Heartbeat of a Crisis Without Infringement. American Intellectual Property Law Association, Quarterly Journal 49-2.    

Gambill, Agnes. (2021). Trademark and Patents. Legal Issues in Libraries and Archives: Minnesota Libraries Publishing Project, https://mlpp.pressbooks.pub/librarylaw/

Gambill, Agnes. (2020). Trademark Holy Wars: The Second Circuit’s Attempt to Genericide God. American Intellectual Property Law Association, Quarterly Journal 48-2

Gambill, Agnes. (2020).  Sovereign Immunity Issues for Tech Transfer Programs at State Universities. Journal of the Patent and Trademark Research Center Association, Vol. 30.  

Gambill, Agnes. (2020). The Future of Voting Reform with Blockchain Technology. Idaho Law Review, https://www.uidaho.edu/law/law-review/symposium  

Title: Head of Scholarly Communications, Assistant Professor, Research Faculty, Center for Analytics Research and Education

Email address: Email me

Phone: (828) 262-2825

Office address
Belk Library and Information Commons, Room 335