Intellectual Property at The University of Akron School of Law.

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW

AN ESTABLISHED LEADER

The University of Akron Law IP program was just awarded another top grade in The National Jurist’s preLaw magazine Spring 2018 issue. This is the latest top rating and accolade the IP program and Center for Intellectual Property Law & Technology has received. For full details on media coverage discussing the IP Center, and pictures of our many past events, please see the links below.

LEARN ABOUT IP AT AKRON LAW

Hear from current students, faculty and recent alumni about their experiences, as well as learn about the benefits and opportunities available within the IP program at The University of Akron School of Law

EVENTS

Apr. 15, 2019
12:15 p.m. in Law School, Room 281

IPTLA Lunch & Learn with Mike Oister

Mike Oister is the CEO of the National Inventors Hall of Fame and holds more than 20 U.S. patents.

See flyer.


PAST IP EVENTS & PHOTOS

Spring 2019 events

Fall 2018 events

Spring 2018 events

Fall 2017 events

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

As part of our leading intellectual property program, Akron Law has an innovative Center for Intellectual Property Law & Technology. The Center facilitates the study and advancement of IP law, strives to attract and educate current and future leaders, and works to design and implement a well-balanced ecosystem of law and technology.

Nationally respected and renowned for:

FACULTY AND LEADERSHIP

Daniel H. Brean, Assistant Professor of Law | Bio

Patrick H. Gaughan, Associate Professor and Executive Director, Innovation Practice Center | Bio

Ryan T. Holte, Professor of Law and Director, Center for Intellectual Property Law and Technology | Bio

Camilla Hrdy, Assistant Professor of Law | Bio

Jack P. Sahl, Professor of Law and Director of The Center for Professional Responsibility | Bio

Matthew J. Wilson, Professor of Law, The University of Akron | Bio


Adjunct Professors

About one dozen adjunct professors teach specialized courses such as international patent law, patent prosecution, claim construction, complex IP litigation, and other cutting-edge courses.

IP Advisory Council

The Council is comprised of about three dozen IP professionals and experts seeking to advance our IP curriculum, foster relationships with businesses and law firms, and assist Akron Law IP students with their careers.