As finals approach at Boyd Law Building, students have at least one important question to distract themselves: What classes to take next semester?
On Tuesday, September 29, students at the University of Iowa College of Law met with Craig Cook, an Iowa Law alum who works at IBM on legal issues at the cutting edge of computer technology such as the “cognitive system” named Watson. Mr.
The University of Iowa College of Law is home to many student organizations that expose students to different legal fields.
One aspect of intellectual property law that routinely garners attention in the media is the phenomenon of so-called “patent trolls.” These individuals and groups have been in the public eye for years, and continue to pose important questions for the patent law community.
Starting this week, students at The University of Iowa College of Law will have a special opportunity to hear from some of the leading minds in the field of intellectual property and business law.
Every year, intellectual property law practitioners from around the state of Iowa meet to discuss and learn about the latest developments in the field. This year, The University of Iowa College of Law plays host to that meeting.
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