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Julie Manning Magid - Indiana University, Kelley School of Business. Indianapolis, IN, US

Julie Manning Magid Julie Manning Magid

Professor of Business Law | Kelley School of Business at Indiana University

Indianapolis, IN, UNITED STATES

Leadership and business law expert focusing on social impact, innovation, and inclusion.

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  • Executive and Academic Director of the Randall L. Tobias Center for Leadership Excellence
  • Kelley Venture Fellow

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Biography

Julie Manning Magid is a professor of business law at the Kelley School of Business in Indianapolis. Magid also is the Executive & Academic Director of the Randall L. Tobias Center for Leadership Excellence at Indiana University. Her areas of expertise include leadership development, board leadership, workplace culture (including innovation, diversity and inclusion), employment contracts and restrictive covenants, social impact and privacy and ethics.

Magid serves as editor-in-chief of the American Business Law Journal, the discipline's most prestigious journal. In addition, she is a Kelley Venture Fellow and the Life Sciences Research Fellow for the Center for the Business of Life Sciences. Magid received her J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School and her A.B. from Georgetown University. She is the author of numerous scholarly articles and book chapters focused on public policy related to health care, gender, innovation and privacy. She has published this research in journals including the American Business Law Journal, North Carolina Law Review and the University of Pennsylvania Business Law Journal. She also is a textbook co-author of The Legal and Regulatory Environment of Business (17th & 18th editions).

Professor Magid is recognized for her teaching in the undergraduate, graduate, specialized graduate and online teaching environments, with numerous teaching awards, including the Kelley School of Business MBA Teaching Excellence Award and the Schuyler F. Otteson Undergraduate Teaching Excellence Award. Her teaching received international recognition from the Academy of Legal Studies in Business as the overall winner of the Charles M. Hewitt Master Teacher Award. Magid addresses audiences around the country on issues of inclusive leadership.

Industry Expertise (5)

Corporate Leadership Public Policy Education/Learning Research Program Development

Areas of Expertise (6)

Workplace Gender and Inclusion Issues Innovation and Privacy Law Privacy and Ethics Executive and Board Leadership Leadership Development Employment Contracts and Restrictive Covenants

Accomplishments (4)

Editor-in-Chief, American Business Law Journal (professional)

2018-08-29

The American Business Law Journal is a quarterly, highly selective journal publishing manuscripts that analyze legal and ethical issues affecting business across the globe.

Teaching Recognition (professional)

Magid has received numerous teaching awards in her time at the Kelley School of Business, including the Kelley School MBA Teaching Excellence Award and the Schuyler F. Otteson Undergraduate Teaching Excellence Award. Her teaching also received international recognition from the Academy of Legal Studies in Business as the overall winner of the Charles M. Hewitt Master Teacher Award.

Life Sciences Research Fellow (professional)

2008-01-01

Awarded by the Center for the Business of Life Science

Best Conference Paper Award (professional)

2012-01-01

Awarded by the Pacific Southwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business

Education (2)

University of Michigan: JD

Georgetown University: AB

Media Appearances (6)

Kelley professor named editor-in-chief of prestigious law journal

Indiana University  online

2018-08-29

Julie Manning Magid, professor of business law at the Kelley School of Business on the IUPUI campus, has been named editor-in-chief of the American Business Law Journal, the discipline’s most prestigious peer-reviewed publication.

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The power and potential of mindset

Indiana University Kelley School of Business  online

2017-09-04

Executive and Academic Director of the Randall L. Tobias Center for Leadership Excellence Julie Manning Magid co-hosts the Kelley School ROI Podcast during this series on leadership.

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Why taking action is the best action

Indiana University Kelley School of Business  online

2017-08-28

Executive and Academic Director of the Randall L. Tobias Center for Leadership Excellence Julie Manning Magid co-hosts the Kelley School ROI Podcast during this series on leadership.

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An executive’s advice for finding the perfect career

Indiana University Kelley School of Business  online

2017-08-21

Executive and Academic Director of the Randall L. Tobias Center for Leadership Excellence Julie Manning Magid co-hosts the Kelley School ROI Podcast during this series on leadership.

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How to leverage your personality in management

Indiana University Kelley School of Business  online

2017-08-14

Executive and Academic Director of the Randall L. Tobias Center for Leadership Excellence Julie Manning Magid co-hosts the Kelley School ROI Podcast during this series on leadership.

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This CEO reveals what it takes to lead

Indiana University Kelley School of Business  online

2017-08-07

Executive and Academic Director of the Randall L. Tobias Center for Leadership Excellence Julie Manning Magid co-hosts the Kelley School ROI Podcast during this series on leadership.

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Articles (3)

Monetize vs. Incentivize: Contracting for Health Care Innovation University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law

Julie Manning Magid

2017-01-01

Who owns knowledge? Nobel Laureate Elinor Ostrom described knowledge as a shared resource, but strategic contracting allows firms to own ideas and concepts, as well as other human capital, even of employees who are not hired to invent or create. Although contracts for human capital are typical in start-up firms, the practice of assignment agreements has spread to health care provider systems—bringing unique and important implications not only to patient health but also to the U. S. economy, where health care spending accounts for eighteen percent of GDP. A reconsideration of how to motivate innovation in this highly regulated environment is essential but complex because the issue combines intellectual property law, the Bayh-Dole Act, common law, and contract law with some important underlying employment considerations.

Orly Lobel, Mark Lemley and Katherine Stone all offer perspectives on motivating innovation and constraints on human capital. However, these perspectives do not account for the ubiquitous IP policies, enforced by courts as unilateral contracts, now utilized by health care provider systems. In an effort to monetize inventions for the cash-strapped systems, assignment agreements embedded in policies may discourage innovation and ultimately contribute to rising costs of health care in the U.S. This article addresses the process of innovation in health care provider systems and asserts the need for negotiated and limited assignment agreements. Understanding restrictions on human capital in this vital industry informs a broader discussion of defining knowledge ownership in a way that effectively spurs innovation.

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Cloaking: Public Policy and Pregnancy American Business Law Journal

Julie Manning Magid

2016-07-28

In the United States, public policy decisions concerning employment tend to avoid the important issue of pregnancy in the workplace, and this avoidance has disproportionately negative implications for women. "Cloaking," as I use it here, refers to the various ways the United States legislates issues related to women in the workplace without directly discussing the uniqueness of pregnancy and its impact on employment and the wage gap. In particular, the policy discussions do not address transparently that the modern workforce requires job changes for economic advancement, and current policies focusing on accommodation and family leave fail to protect job changes during childbearing years.

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The Legal And Regulatory Environment Of Business 18th Edition

Marisa Anne Pagnattaro, Daniel R. Cahoy, Julie Manning Magid, O. Lee Reed, Peter J. Shedd

2018-10-01

Using court cases and examples in Sidebars that are relevant for business, the authors underscore how learning about the law is essential to understand how the law can be used for strategic advantage and how to develop sustainable business practices.

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