For Shlomit Yanisky-Ravid, a visiting professor at Fordham School of Law, the future of intellectual property law is not hiding in the pages of textbooks.

Rather, it can be found in places such as Tesla, which is developing autonomous driving vehicles; at an art exhibition where artificial intelligence (AI) created the paintings on display; and at AI labs that create music, literature, and drugs.

So Yanisky-Ravid takes her Fordham Law students on field trips to meet AI startups and developers, to push them to better understand advanced technology and then to design solutions to the modern age’s legal paradigm shift.

Read the full article about Yanisky-Reid’s approach at Fordham Law News.