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Intellectual Property and Technology Law Society

Intellectual Property and Technology Law Society offers students the opportunity to learn about legal issues concerning technology. Speakers, information and debate on the broad range of technology law and the role of computers in legal research and writing are presented throughout the year. Attention is focused on the intellectual property laws governing the protection of technology.

Mission

Intellectual Property and Technology Law Society offers students the opportunity to learn about legal issues concerning intangible assets, such as brand names and designs; discoveries and inventions; and musical, literary, and artistic works. This group is dedicated to providing a network with graduates and intellectual property law practitioners, as well as sponsoring relevant luncheons and lectures. 

Officers 2015-2016

President: Monica Laskos
Vice President: Ian Butler
Secretary: Philip Pacelli
Treasurer: Izick Vizel

Advisors: Hillary Greene & Steven Wilf

For More Information

For more information contact iptls@uconn.edu