Penn State Law, based in University Park, PA, is seeking to hire an experienced legal professional to serve as Director of the Intellectual Property Clinic. This Clinic represents startup and early-stage companies on intellectual property (IP) matters, including patent-related issues. As determined by credentials and experience, the successful applicant may be appointed as a Professor of Practice or as an Assistant, Associate, or full Clinical Professor of Law. The Penn State Law IP clinical experience is designed to provide high-quality IP law experience to Penn State Law students and IP support to entrepreneurs who are affiliated with Penn State as faculty, staff or students as well as others based anywhere in Pennsylvania irrespective of any connection to Penn State. The clinical experience is offered in direct support of the University’s Invent Penn State initiative (https://invent.psu.edu) and Penn State President Eric Barron’s commitment to “promoting patents, licensing and start-ups” as part of Penn State’s effort to expand its already significant role in Pennsylvania’s economic development and create career opportunities for Penn State graduates (http://news.psu.edu/story/326830/2014/09/19/administration/president-emphasizes-economic-development-and-student-career).
The University of New Hampshire School of Law, a national leader in intellectual property and public-interest law with a commitment to inclusion, diversity, and quality engagement for all, seeks to hire a Clinical Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor to serve as Director of the Intellectual Property Clinic to begin July 1, 2020. The Director of the Intellectual Property Clinic is a full-time member of the law-school faculty who represents, and supervises and trains students to represent, clients with a variety of IP matters.
Notre Dame Law School is seeking a Program Director as part of a major investment in its Program in Intellectual Property and Technology Law. The Program has grown considerably over the past decade—with new faculty, a new Intellectual Property & Entrepreneurship Clinic, greatly expanded course offerings, high-level conferences and other events, and tremendous student success. The University has also made substantial investments in innovation and entrepreneurship-related activities, and it is in the early phases of building a distinctive, University-wide interdisciplinary program on technology ethics. The Law School is poised to take the next step in building its reputation in this important area, and a dynamic Program Director will be central to this effort.
The University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign is seeking a Patent Coordinator. Responsibilities include the following:
The John Marshall Law School in Chicago seeks a faculty member to serve as Director of the law school's Intellectual Property Clinic. The clinic provides pro bono services to individuals or qualified groups in the areas of Patents and Trademarks, and is part of the law school's Community Legal Clinics. The candidate will also teach related courses as arranged with the academic deans. This is a tenure-line position, at the rank of Assistant Professor or higher.
The Juelsgaard Intellectual Property and Innovation Clinic of Stanford Law School seeks an enthusiastic and passionate attorney to join its teaching and practice team as a Clinical Supervising Attorney and Lecturer in Law. The supervising attorney will be an integral part of all aspects of the Clinic’s mission to train outstanding law students and represent clients in a rich and exciting variety of significant matters focusing on technology and intellectual property policy, appellate and agency advocacy, IP strategy, and client advising and
UNH School of Law is seeking a Director of the Patent Practice and Procedure Program, a full-time member of the law school faculty who oversees the most successful patent-practice-focused law school program in the country. The Director must be a strategic, innovative, and adaptive thinker who can successfully develop, update, and manage UNH's world-class curriculum in patent practice, and ensure that it is attentive to modern trends in the practice, for both residential and online students. Specifically, the Director teaches courses centering on patent practice and/or related IP topics; oversees adjunct professors teaching and serving as section leaders for patent-practice courses; works with practicing attorneys and alumni to determine current needs in patent law and practice, including in international markets; strategizes potential marketing and development initiatives related to the program; represents the law school in the patent-law community; and participates in faculty governance.
The University of Southern California Gould School of Law is seeking a visiting clinical professor (at a rank appropriate to experience and current position) to run the Law School's Intellectual Property and Technology Law Clinic (“IPTLC”), on an interim basis beginning during summer 2018 (ideally, beginning July 1, 2018) and continuing during the academic year while the school conducts a more comprehensive national search for a full-time clinical faculty member who will serve as the Director of the IPTLC. (The interim director may apply for the Director position as well.)
The University of Maryland is seeking a Director, Office of Technology Commercialization.
Suffolk University Law School is seeking qualified candidates to consider for the Director of Intellectual Property position. The Director will be responsible for pursuing partnerships, both locally and nationally, with corporations, law firms and other institutions of higher education. The goals of the partnerships are to provide opportunities for additional IP internships, jobs, and skills-based experiences; funding for programmatic initiatives; the development of impactful conferences and programs; and the growth of a student pipeline of technical specialists attending the Law School.
University of Maryland, College Park
Position Number: 123406
Functional Title: Manager, Intellectual Property
Category Status: 33-Exempt Regular
Applicant Search Category: Staff
Unit: VPR-Office of Technology Commercialization
Seton Hall University Law School is looking for a one-year Fellow / VAP to help cover IP and cyberlaw courses and to assist in the administration of our Gibbons Institute of Law, Science & Technology. The subject matter in IP is somewhat flexible, but we will definitely need someone who can cover some Internet law courses and possibly other courses. The work with our Gibbons Institute will involve helping plan and execute IP-related programs for academia and the bench and bar. The Fellow / VAP will also have an opportunity to work on his or her own research and to participate in faculty colloquia and other research-related activities. At this time the position is only for one year, although renewal for an additional year might be possible. Seton Hall University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. It honors diversity and respects the religious commitments of all employees. In turn, its employees respect Catholic beliefs and values, and they support its mission as a Catholic institution of higher education.
The University of Akron's School of Law invites applications and nominations for the position of Director of the Center for Intellectual Property Law & Technology, a tenure-track or tenured faculty position, with an anticipated start date of August 2017.
The Purdue Research Foundation, Office of Technology Commercialization has an opening for a Patent Counsel with a focus on the Physical Sciences. The Patent Counsel will be responsible to: perform prompt and competent completion of analyses of intellectual property protection and strategies to enable timely technology transfer of Purdue intellectual property; work cooperatively with Purdue inventors and Office of Technology Commercialization (OTC) licensing staff to evaluate technology-based innovations for appropriate intellectual property protection; draft patent applications and present applications to US Patent and Trademark Office and copyright registrations to US Copyright Office for the benefit of Purdue; prosecute patent applications with respect to all aspects of patent law, including preparing formal communications and responses to national patent offices, conducting examiner interviews and related prosecution activities for the benefit of Purdue; and engage and manage outside counsel on patent prosecution matters including coordinate, manage and account for budget expenditures associated with all assigned project-related activities.
The University of Missouri School of Law invites applications for a full-time, non-tenure track, nine-month appointment in its Legal Research and Writing program for the 2017-2018 academic year.
TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW in Fort Worth, Texas seeks to expand its top-ranked intellectual property law program by hiring a full-time faculty candidate with expertise in one or more areas of intellectual property practice for a contract, tenure-track, or tenured clinical position, with rank dependent on qualifications and experience. The responsibilities will include teaching in and providing supervision of clinics that support the work of the Center for Law and Intellectual Property (CLIP). CLIP affiliated clinics include the IP and Technology Law Clinic, which has both trademark and patent programs, and the Entrepreneurship Clinic.
The University of New Hampshire invites applications and nominations for the position of Dean of the University of New Hampshire School of Law.
The University of Connecticut School of Law is seeking candidates for the position of Assistant Clinical Professor of Law for its Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship Law Clinic (“IP Law Clinic” or “Clinic”) located on the Law School campus in Hartford, Connecticut. This position affords a unique opportunity for an intellectual property lawyer who enjoys patent and trademark law and practice and wishes to share his or her wisdom and experience with students interested in pursuing a career in intellectual property.
The Mount Sinai Health System is seeking an Assistant Director Intellectual Property. The Assistant Director, Intellectual Property ('ADIP') for Mount Sinai's Innovation Partners team ('MSIP') is responsible for assisting the Director – Intellectual Property & Asset Development in developing and executing intricate and complex patent strategy decisions made regularly to pursue the School of Medicine's mission to deliver healing inventions and discoveries to the worldwide patient population. Working closely with the Faculty inventors, Business Development Directors, and outside counsel, the ADIP actively participates in and directs the evaluation of new technology disclosures; counsels stakeholders regarding the patentability of these technologies, the scope and content of any claims, and the science/data required to enhance the technology and secure patent protection.
The Purdue Research Foundation Office of Technology Commercialization has an opening for a Patent Attorney with a Life Sciences focus. The Patent Attorney will: