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Category Archives: Intellectual Property
IP Alumni Spotlight: Heather Steinmeyer Managing Senior Associate General Counsel at Anthem, Inc. You’re interested in Intellectual Property (IP) and you’ve decided you want to go to law school: now what? Law school is the first step down a pathway … Continue reading
Jay Nuttall is the managing partner at Steptoe & Johnson LLP’s Chicago office. He is an experienced patent litigator engaged in furthering client trust and delivering tailored legal solutions. His professional excellence is nationally recognized in rankings by Chambers USA, … Continue reading
Intellectual Property (IP) is a growing field that encompasses a wide range of fields including patents, copyright, trademarks, privacy, and technology. We spoke with Gregory Leighton (JD ’06) who is currently a partner at Neal, Gerber, and Eisenberg in Chicago … Continue reading
Hi all! Ever wonder what professors of the law are actually like? If you’ve ever seen The Paper Chase or Legally Blonde, rest easy, because Loyola’s professors are nothing like that! In fact, every professor I’ve met thus far is … Continue reading
I entered Loyola in the Fall of 2015 with one goal: pursue IP law to protect companies in the fashion and luxury goods industry. At the time, I was aware that I was hardly the cookie cutter law student. As … Continue reading
Professor Cynthia Ho’s blog “Inside Views: TRIPS Flexibilities Under Threat From Investment Disputes: A Closer Look At Canada’s “Win” Against Eli Lilly” was posted last week on Intellectual Property Watch. It was reposted this week on TechDirt and has made … Continue reading
My decision to leave engineering for law school was not a simple one, and making sure that I went to the right law school for me was just as important as my decision to make the transition. Having worked as … Continue reading
Next fall I start my final year at Loyola and can sincerely say that attending Loyola has been the best decision I’ve ever made. For one, the student body here is incredible and caring – not cut-throat or insanely competitive. … Continue reading
*Cynthia Ho’s paper “DRUGGED OUT: HOW COGNITIVE BIAS HURTS DRUG INNOVATION“, was recently listed on SSRN’s Top Ten download list for: Law & Society: Private Law eJournals. As of May 2016, her paper has been downloaded 10,846 times. *Spencer … Continue reading
Why I Chose Loyola University Chicago School of Law… While still an undergraduate at Loyola University Chicago, I knew that I wanted to have a career that dealt with my interests in science and technology as a biology major and … Continue reading