Articles by David Fowler

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About David Fowler (2 Articles)
David is a third-year law student at Campbell University School of Law and is currently serving as Editor-in-Chief for the Campbell Law Observer. Born and raised in Durham, NC, David shipped off to Boston after high school to receive a degree in International Relations from Tufts University. Following stints at a youth sports non-profit and a fiber-optic internet startup in Boston and New York respectively, David moved back to North Carolina in 2019. When he’s not annoying his wife with arcane soccer and beer brewing facts, he enjoys hiking, cooking, exploring local craft breweries, and generally hanging out with his dog, Porter. David’s professional interests include legal technology, media law, and the impact of the internet on the law.

Subscription-Based Ownership: The End of Property?

February 1, 2022

It’s not about the fox.  This phrase will cause the ears of first-year law students across the country to perk up, either from fond remembrance of their first Property course, or from the dread of their Property final.  Either way, they will likely recognize this phrase in relation to two ...[Continue Reading]

Monetization of Memes: Who Owns Internet Culture?

October 13, 2021

John Travolta is confused.  He is confused in the doll aisle of a toy store, confused about an answer on the TV show Jeopardy!, and even confused and alone inside the late-night diner in Edward Hopper’s famous painting, “Nighthawks.”  But these are not promotional trailers for a new HBO Max ...[Continue Reading]