The Certificate in Intellectual Property Law program fosters the knowledge, skills and values that the contemporary intellectual property lawyer needs in the rapidly changing IP practice. Students learn how to apply foundational legal concepts in diverse intellectual property settings, including litigation, transactional work, and prosecution.
Our core intellectual property courses, electives, and various programatic opportunities… more »
Susanne Hollinger (J.D. ’08), head of patents at The Coca-Cola Co., will be the keynote speaker for Georgia State University College of Law’s 12th annual IP Hot Topics Luncheon at noon, Wednesday, May 11 at the Knowles Conference Center, 85 Park Place.
12th Annual IP Hot Topics Lunch Noon-1:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 11: Knowles Conference… more »
Center for Intellectual Property Recognizes Three at Oct. 20 Luncheon
Georgia State University College of Law Center for Intellectual Property and its IP Advisory Board honored baseball legend Hank Aaron, patent attorney William H. Needle and Professor of Law Michael Landau with the 2015 Intellectual Property Legends Awards at a luncheon at… more »
The Atlanta IP Career Showcase is an event co-sponsored by Georgia Institute of Technology and Georgia State University College of Law for students and professionals interested in seeing the future first… more »
Jeffrey R. Kuester (J.D. ’93), a Georgia State University College of Law adjunct professor has been listed as one of the leading patent attorneys in the world for the second time with his inclusion on the 2015 Intellectual Asset Management (IAM) Patent 1,000.
The list, which highlights the world’s leading patent professionals, was compiled over… more »
ATLANTA — Wes Anson, accomplished author, international intellectual property (IP) valuation and licensing expert and chair of CONSOR, an intellectual asset consulting firm, will be the keynote speaker for Georgia State University College of Law’s 11th annual IP Hot Topics Luncheon at noon Wednesday, June 10, at the Georgia State Student Center, 44… more »