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.
IPIL NATIONAL CONFERENCE
MAY 31 – JUNE 2, 2019
SANTA FE, NM
(Back Row: L-R) Brett Frischmann (Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law),
Tun-Jen Chiang (George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School),
Irina D. Manta (Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University),
Greg R. Vetter (IPIL/HOUSTON), Robert Heverly (Albany Law School),
Drew Padley (Houston Law Review Editor-in-Chief), Andrew Michaels (IPIL/HOUSTON),
Dave Fagundes (IPIL/HOUSTON)
(Front Row: L-R) Tamsen Valoir (Boulware & Valoir),
Carol M. Rose (The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law),
Alina Ng (Mississippi College School of Law), Irene Kosturakis (BMC Software, Inc.),
Meg Boulware (Boulware & Valoir), Michael A. Carrier (Rutgers Law School-Camden),
Deepa Varadarajan (Georgia State University College of Law),
Eva E. Subotnik (St. John's University School of Law), Jennifer S. Sickler (Thompson & Knight LLP),
Anne Culotta (Culotta Law Firm, PLLC)
Photo taken in the Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi.