Article authored by Andrew Erickson, Illustration by Jaylene Arnold for American University Magazine. (Link Below) Pursuing Purpose: Securing Our Cyber Ecosystem Our nation’s digital capabilities have grown, but so have the threats against them. As the new deputy director of … Continue reading →
IP Clinic student and artist Murphy Chen was selected by the National Homelessness Law Center to exhibit her work at their annual National Forum on the Human Right to Housing. Murphy also was asked to design this year’s Human Right to Housing Award. For 23 years, the … Continue reading →
On November 8, 2022, in celebration and honor of Native American Heritage month, NALSA hosted WCL Professors Vicki Phillips (Director, Glushko-Samuelson Intellectual Property Law Clinic) and Ezra Rosser (Federal Indian Law, Poverty Law, Property Law) for a conversation on the … Continue reading →
The law school was thrilled to present the 11thAnnual Peter A. Jaszi Distinguished Lecture on Intellectual Property on November 10th featuring longtime clinic client Peter Decherney’s reflections on his odyssey seeking exemptions for educators. Peter Decherney is a Professor of … Continue reading →
Professors Phillips and Grossman appeared on lucky Episode 13 of the USPTO’s Inventor Hour to talk about the IP Clinic, its patent work and pro bono IP with PTAB Judge (and ’04 IP clinic alum) Chris Paulraj. Inventor Hour is … Continue reading →
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Glushko-Samuelson IP Clinic Students presented a 6th annual IP Tips and Tricks program for startups on March 25th via Zoom for the AU Center for Innovation (AUCI) Incubator at American University’s Kogod School of Business. The AUCI entrepreneurs are either … Continue reading →
In January 2020, Kiara Ortiz ‘20 and Valérie Cambronne ‘20 started an organization called LegallyBlack. LegallyBlack’s mission is to create a more informed public by empowering and educating minority communities of color on the value of intellectual property protection. As … Continue reading →
Ben Kessler is an intellectual property lawyer with ten years of federal government advocacy experience and a passion for live music. After graduating from Amherst College in 2007, Ben worked in the office of oversight and investigations in the United States … Continue reading →
As the Fall semester starts, it’s time to give applause to IP Clinic students who continued their hard work on behalf of their clients long past the end of Spring semester and into the summer. In these hot summer months, … Continue reading →
Congratulations to IP Clinic student Jesse Spiegel for testifying before the Copyright Office on April 21st in the Eighth Triennial Proceeding on the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) proceeding. Jesse brought some special concerns before the Copyright Office and fielded some fascinating questions. … Continue reading →
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