International Intellectual Property, Geographical Indications, International Development, Innovation and Intellectual Property, Trade and Intellectual Property
Marsha Simone Cadogan is a post-doctoral fellow at the Centre for International Governance Innovation, International Law Research Program. She researches in the areas of the international law of geographical indications and creating workable linkages between GIs and trade mark rights in a Canadian context, and in intellectual property rights and innovation policies. Her broader research interests are in international intellectual property rights and trade, and intellectual property rights and development implications for emerging and developed economies. Marsha’s research interest is multi-jurisdictional, and includes expertise in the IP jurisdictions of the European Union, United States, Switzerland, Japan, Canada and the Caribbean. Marsha taught Legal Research and Writing at Osgoode Hall Law School York University between 2009-2015. She is also a Barrister & Solicitor with the Law Society of Upper Canada.