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.

We invite you to visit or contact us to discuss your interest in Intellectual Property Law. You can call the Center directly at 317-278-4736 or email Executive Director John R. Schaibley, III at jrschaib@iu.edu.

Events Center for Intellectual Property Law and Innovation

Apr  10

Center for Intellectual Property Law and Innovation 3rd Annual Symposium: "IP Jurisprudence in the New Technological Epoch: The Judiciary's Role in the Age of Biotechnology and Digital Media"

Please join us on April 10, 2014 for the Center for Intellectual Property Law and Innovation Symposium with Keynote Speaker Robert A. Armitage, IP Strategy & Policy Consultant.

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