Law, Technology & the Arts

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.
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

New salary analysis has patent attorney as 16th highest paying job in 2017

Jan 23, 2017
According to LinkedIn’s analysis of 2017 salaries, patent attorneys are now the 16th highest paid profession in the United States, with a median base salary of $162,000 per year.
LTA program launches lab to study issues at the intersection of intellectual property and the First Amendment

LTA program launches lab to study issues at the intersection of intellectual property and the First Amendment

Nov 29, 2016
Led by adjunct professor Patrick Kabat, the new lab gives students hands-on access to local and national first amendment and intellectual property cases.

Prof. Craig Nard’s articles among most-cited

Nov 14, 2016
According to a recent ranking, several published articles by Spangenberg Center Director Craig A. Nard, an internationally known expert in intellectual property law, are among the most-cited in IP and patent
law. 
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