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Spangenberg Center for Law, Technology & the Arts
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Representing the Innovator and the Artist
Our intellectual property program is unlike any other. Our students represent real entrepreneurs in their quest to launch new businesses and products and study the latest trends in the growing intellectual property legal field.
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About the Center:
The Spangenberg Center for Law, Technology & the Arts, supported by a $3 million gift from the Spangenberg Family Foundation, focuses on IP, innovation and technology transfer.
Science, economics, philosophy, and the law intersect, and legal issues concerning biotechnology, computerization and the creative arts are explored.
CENTER NEWS
Nov 13, 2014

IP Venture Clinic is a “new economic force”

Supported by a new $3 million gift and a $679,000 grant, our law school’s IP Venture Clinic is “the latest addition to the region’s innovation ecosystem” and a “new economic force,” according to a recent news story.
Nov 11, 2014

Spangenberg Center welcomes three fellows

Christophe Geiger, Sripathi Rao Kulkarni and Hedi Nasheri bring a wide range of experiences and skills to the law school to support the IP law program and its research. Kulkarni is a 2014-15 fellow, and Geiger and Nasheri will join us in 2015-16.
Oct 7, 2014

Foundation commits nearly $700,000 to IP law program

The law school’s intellectual property program is a recipient of a Burton D. Morgan Foundation grant, which will enhance the IP Venture Clinic.
Sep 10, 2014

Intellectual property law program receives $3 million

The Spangenberg Family Foundation, established by alum Erich Spangenberg (‘85) and his family, makes a historic commitment to endow the law school’s Center for Law, Technology & the Arts.
Jun 2, 2014

Registration open for week-long academy on IP law in biotechnology and life sciences

What are European and North American companies looking for in an IP deal? What is the new European patent environment like? What are the tensions between the laws of ethics and science in the IP field? These questions and much more will be explored in the eighth annual Transatlantic Intellectual Property Summer Academy from June 2-6, 2014. The academy is organized by the law school and Bocconi University. Registration is now open.
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