Author Archives: Kiana Baharloo

IP Meets IT — An Interview with Loyola’s Professor Charlotte Tschider

Professor Charlotte Tschider joined the Loyola University Chicago School of Law in Fall 2020. She was previously the 2018-2019 Jaharis Faculty Fellow in Health Law and Intellectual Property at the DePaul University College of Law. In 2019-2020, she was an Assistant Visiting Professor at the University of Nebraska School of Law. Her primary scholarship is focused on the global healthcare industry and its intersection with information privacy, cybersecurity law, artificial intelligence, and intellectual property (“IP”). Professor Tschider’s work has appeared in numerous law reviews, the American Bar Association’s The Law of Artificial Intelligence and Smart Machines (2019), and many other publications. More on Professor Tschider’s background and scholarship can be found here

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From Art History to IP: An Interview with Hillary Maynard, J.D. 2018

Hillary Maynard is an Associate at Ulmer & Berne LLP. Her work covers various intellectual property (IP) matters, including trademarks, unfair competition, and copyright. She is from Canada and completed her undergraduate degree at Queen’s University before moving to Chicago for law school. Hillary is also involved with the intellectual property community in Chicago. Her involvement includes serving on the Marketing and Communications Committee for Chicago Women in IP (ChiWIP), serving on the Unreal Campaign Committee for the International Trademark Association, and is an Intellectual Property Committee Chair for the Chicago Bar Association Young Lawyers Section.

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Hillary Maynard is an Associate at Ulmer & Berne LLP. Her work covers various intellectual property (IP) matters, including trademarks, unfair competition, and copyright. She is from Canada and completed her undergraduate degree at Queen’s University before moving to Chicago for law school. Hillary is also involved with the intellectual property community in Chicago. Her involvement includes serving on the Marketing and Communications Committee for Chicago Women in IP (ChiWIP), serving on the Unreal Campaign Committee for the International Trademark Association, and is an Intellectual Property Committee Chair for the Chicago Bar Association Young Lawyers Section.

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My Journey to IP Law at Loyola University Chicago

My path to intellectual property (IP) law at Loyola University Chicago School of Law has not been a linear one. My undergraduate transcript looks as if every class was put into a hat and drawn at random. For instance, in one quarter of undergrad I took Intro to Biochemistry, Anthropology of Islam, and Food Safety and Regulation. I find many topics and classes interesting and want to learn a little bit of just about anything. My varying interests have been both an asset and a burden throughout my academic career. However, in law school, I am thankful for my unique background for getting me to where I am today.

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