Business Law - Intellectual Property

Intellectual Property (IP) Law assists in protecting the rights of individuals who have, from the creativity of their own mind, produced anything from inventions and new technology to musical or visual-based arts. These protections are based on bodies of law such as patent, trademark, copyright and trade secret laws. Situated on the Pacific Rim, Oregon Law offers IP Law with both a domestic and an international focus, examining cultural context and business practices in this period of increased globalization.

You’ll benefit from upper division courses such as:

Copyrights 

Trademark Law 

Administrative Law 

Art Law

Intellectual Property Licensingy 

Patent Litigation  

Technology Entrepreneurship Program 

Core faculty in Intellectual Property Law include:

Adell Amos
Associate Dean

Eric Priest
Assistant Professor

Dom Vetri
Professor Emeritus

Students pursuing this track can participate in a 1L Business Law Fellowship and/or pursue a concentration in Intellectual Property Law. You can also enhance your experiences through student organizations, clinics and externships, participation in affiliated programs like the Technology Entrepreneurship Program, and pursuit of our joint JD/MBA degree. For additional details, please go to On TRACK or contact the Oregon Law Admissions office.