Intellectual Property and Technology

The Intellectual Property and Technology Center offers interactions between students and practitioners by hosting speaker programs at the school, augmenting student invitations to bar events and CLE programs, and creating social opportunities for students to mingle with attorneys. These interactions are likely to lead to discussions about externships or post-graduation employment opportunities for students.

In addition to building student contacts with practicing attorneys and alumni, the Center provides students with opportunities for engagement with the subject matter during the course of their studies. The variety of programs related to IP and technology law that the Center is able to sponsor, including discussions with IP and technology-focused faculty doing interesting work at other institutions, will enrich students' educational experiences. The Center brings together IP and technology-interested students and connecting them with other students with similar interests encourages and supports them in pursuing their passions.

Students may earn a Certificate in Intellectual Property Law by successfully completing a concentrated course of study in the discipline.

Washburn University School of Law
Intellectual Property and Technology Center
1700 SW College Ave.
Topeka, KS 66621



Faculty Member
Photograph: Patricia Judd.

Patricia Judd
Professor of Law

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