Camilla Hrdy joins the ISP from the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology and is also a Thomas Edison Innovation Fellow at George Mason University School of Law's Center for Protection of Intellectual Property. Her research focuses on patents and intellectual property law. Her publications include State Patent Laws in the Age of Laissez-Faire, 28 Berkeley Tech. L. J. (forthcoming 2013); Dissenting State Patent Regimes, Essay, IP Theory (forthcoming 2013); and State Patents as a Solution to Underinvestment in Innovation, 62 Univ. Kan. L. Rev. (forthcoming). Camilla holds a J.D. from Berkeley Law, a B.A. from Harvard University, and an M.Phil. in the History & Philosophy of Science from the University of Cambridge. She has received various awards for her writing, including Harvard's Hoopes prize and a Readhead Prize from the Department of History & Philosophy of Science at Cambridge. From 2010-2011, Camilla clerked for federal district judge Janis Graham Jack in the Corpus Christi Division of the Southern District of Texas.