Intellectual Property & Technology Law at GW

The George Washington University Law School has been a leader in intellectual property education and scholarship for more than a hundred years. When GW Law established a Master's of Patent Law program in 1895, its alumni had already written the patents for Bell's telephone, Mergenthaler's linotype machine, and Eastman's roll film camera, among hundreds of other inventions, and dozens more alumni had worked in the Patent Office. Over the intervening century, GW Law has bolstered its expertise in patent law with complementary strengths in copyright, trademark, communications, computer and internet regulation, electronic commerce, and genetics and medicine.

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Spotlight Item

Judge Paul Michel, former Chief Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, presented the Fall 2012 Intellectual Property A. Sidney Katz Lecture

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