The Duquesne University School of Law and the University of Pittsburgh School of Law are teaming up again to co-host the second annual Three Rivers IP (intellectual property) Colloquium on Friday, Jan. 25, on Duquesne’s campus.
The event allows IP faculty and researchers with connections to the region to share their work, critique and improve it, and build a fellowship of similarly-situated colleagues. This year’s colloquium also includes the topic of technology. The format of the event also enables the sharing of works in progress with the opportunity for extended conversations about individual papers.
Open to full-time faculty and researchers in IP and technology at regional law schools, the Three Rivers IP Colloquium will feature presenters from Duquesne’s law school as well as Pitt, Penn State University, Cleveland State University, University of Akron, University of Buffalo and the University of Kentucky.
For more information, contact Duquesne Associate Law Professor Agnieska McPeak at email@example.com.