The Center for Intellectual Property Law and Innovation is active in all areas of intellectual property law, including patent, trademark, copyright, trade secret, and right of publicity. The primary mission of the IP Center is to promote student education and scholarship in intellectual property and to increase the number of our graduates with a strong foundation in intellectual property law. By developing new curriculum and providing eclectic instruction in various areas of intellectual property law, the IP Center contributes to the growth, development, and protection of innovation.
The IP Center's broader goals and objectives include advancing the law of intellectual property, advocating and stimulating reform through scholarship and programs, and providing meaningful, non-redundant assistance and support to the numerous constituencies in various areas of intellectual property law, including inventors, authors, artists, corporate IP departments, IP owners, IP litigators, judges, legal academics, university research departments, consultants, experts, and others.
The IP Center promotes student education and scholarship in intellectual property, providing an extensive IP curriculum taught by an eclectic faculty of full time and adjunct professors. The IP Center has been successful in obtaining approval for a Graduate Certificate in IP law for JD students, establishing a patent law AIPLA moot court team, creating a student awards program for outstanding IP students, instituting an IP Center Distinguished Speaker Series, facilitating new IP internships and externships for IP students. Among its many other initiatives, programs, and events, the IP Center holds a major annual symposium, each dealing with cutting edge IP issues and attracting internationally acclaimed IP figures. The IP Center has also established an international outreach initiative, meeting with groups of IP specialists from around the world. Our IP graduates include award winning private practitioners of patent, trademark, copyright, and right of publicity law, chief patent counsel of Fortune 500 companies, and IP litigators and counselors throughout Indiana and the nation.
We invite you to visit or contact us to discuss your interest in Intellectual Property Law. You can call the Center directly at 317-274-0042 or email Executive Director Xuan-Thao Nguyen at firstname.lastname@example.org
Events Center for Intellectual Property Law and Innovation
- Sep 09
Center for Intellectual Property Law and Innovation Event: "Financing Innovation: Shaping the Law on IP Assets as Collateral, 1891-2014 or What Can We Learn from Silicon Valley Bank?"
Professor Xuan-Thao Nguyen, Gerard L. Bepko Chair in Law & Director, Center for Intellectual Property & Innovation, will present a closer examination of the law and business of financing innovation in the United States, China and other Asian countries.
- Oct 03
Center for Intellectual Property Law and Innovation Event: "The Miracle at Marrakesh and Beyond: Reforming International Copyright Law "
Please join us to hear Professor Danielle Conway, the Michael J. Marks Distinguished Professor of Business Law at the University of Hawai‘i at M?noa, William S. Richardson School of Law, to speak about The Miracle at Marrakesh and Beyond: Reforming International Copyright Law on Friday, October 3rd at 5:00pm.
- Oct 21
Please join us to hear Paul Heald, University of Illinois College of Law, to speak about How Copyright Keeps Works Disappeared on Tuesday, October 21st at 5:00pm.
- Nov 18
Please join us to hear Professor Bob Gomulkiewicz, UW Law Foundation Professor of Law, Faculty Director of the Law, Technology & Arts Group, University of Washington School of Law, Seattle, Washington, to speak about Business Model Innovation on Tuesday, November 18th at 5:00pm.
News Center for Intellectual Property Law and Innovation
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