Law School Associate Professor and
Director, Maryland Intellectual Property Legal Resource Center
BA, 1984, Carnegie Mellon University
MA, 1986, University of Pittsburgh
JD, 1989, University of Pittsburgh School of Law
LLM, 2004, Santa Clara University School of Law
Professor Campbell joined the Carey Law faculty in 2007 after spending several years in private practice with law firms and corporations. Immediately prior to her faculty appointment at the law school, she was Associate General Counsel at Kajeet, Inc., a telecommunications company located in Bethesda, Maryland. Her prior experience also included time in private practice as a litigator and transactional attorney with the Fish & Neave IP Group at Ropes & Gray in Palo Alto, California, and Washington, D.C.
Professor Campbell teaches the Intellectual Property Law Clinic and is the Director of the Maryland Intellectual Property Legal Resource Center (MIPLRC) both of which are located on the campus of the University of Maryland at College Park. In addition to her law faculty appointment, she holds an appointment as Associate Professor at the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute, located at the A. James Clark School of Engineering at College Park. In addition to the Intellectual Property Law Clinic, Professor Campbell teaches courses on patent law and trademarks and unfair competition at Carey Law.
Coping with the America Invents Act: Patent Challenges for Startup Companies, 8 Ohio State Entrepreneurial Business Law Journal 355 (2013). [Full Text]
The Emperor's New Clothes: Intellectual Property Protections in China, 7 Journal of Business & Technology Law 69 (2012) (with Michael Pecht). [Full Text]
Jose Bahamonde-Gonzalez, Patricia Campbell, and Michael Greenberger of the School of Law were quoted in the article "Law school creates cybersecurity, patent law specializations in program" in The Diamondback.