Intellectual property law concerns the regulation of creativity and innovation. Whether or not technology-based, today's businesses must govern their conduct in accordance with intellectual property rights. A clear demand exists for attorneys skilled in counseling clients on the strategic management of technology, creative assets, and other information resources in a sophisticated and ever-changing business environment.
The Intellectual Property Law Program addresses increasingly complex intellectual property law issues and considers these issues from both legal and interdisciplinary perspectives. By charting a clear course from theory to practice, the IP Program prepares students to pursue a career in intellectual property law.
For more information about the UM Carey Law's Intellectual Property Law Program please contact us.
Intellectual Property Law Program Manager
University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law
500 W. Baltimore Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21201