HOUSTON, THE NATIONS FOURTH LARGEST CITY, STANDS TODAY AS A LEADING INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR CREATIVITY in computer technology, biomedical technology, petrochemical technology and space technology.
At the legal epicenter of Houstons contributions to the technologies of tomorrow stands the Institute for Intellectual Property & Information Law (IPIL) at the University of Houston Law Center.
IPIL is recognized throughout the world for the strength of its faculty, scholarship, curriculum, and students. Its contributions to the study of law have earned both respect and an enduring reputation for excellence.
Leading·Legal·Learningin patent, copyright, trademark, trade secret and information law. Thats what we do at the UH Law Center. Come join us.
M3 INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY SCHOLARS WORKSHOP
JANUARY 24 - 25, 2020
(Back Row: L-R) Zahr Said (University of Washington School of Law), Janewa Osei Tutu (Florida International University College of Law),
Andres Sawicki (University of Miami School of Law), Greg Vetter (University of Houston Law Center),
Dave Fagundes (University of Houston Law Center), Guy Rub (The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law),
Jake Linford (Florida State University College of Law)
(Front Row: L-R) Sarah Burstein (The University of Oklahoma College of Law),
Amelia Smith Rinehart (The University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law), Sapna Kumar (University of Houston Law Center),
Rebecca Curtin (Suffolk University Law School)