Intellectual Property Law Association
What are the outer limits of patentable subject matter? Do gene patents fall within these limits? Three scientist-attorneys considered these questions as part of an Intellectual Property Law Association (IPLA) presentation concerning the controversial “Myriad” case, "Are your genes patentable?" held at New England Law | Boston on October 26, 2011.
What is IPLA?
IPLA proceeds to demonstrate the following:
- To increase our knowledge and understanding of intellectual property law through experience.
- To act as an intellectual property law information outlet for the New England Law community.
- To enhance educational, cultural, and social opportunities.
- To avail the organization and its resources to any student who wishes to gain knowledge and experience in intellectual property law.
- To provide New England Law students with a better understanding of intellectual property law and the industries surrounding it.
- To promote awareness of intellectual property law throughout New England Law.
- To provide a forum for members and alumni to network within the intellectual property law industry.
Who is IPLA?
- President: Rachael Wallis '13
- Vice-President: Josh Peimer '13
- Treasurer: Chelsea Pettit '13
- Secretary: Serge Subach '14
- Evening Liaison: Karla Heine '13
IPLA is open to all students at New England Law | Boston. There is no fee to join.
New England Law | Boston Intellectual Property Law Courses:
- Computer Law
- Copyright Law
- Current Issues in Patent Law
- Entertainment Law
- Internet Law
- Patent Law
- Trademark and Unfair Competition
American Intellectual Property Association
Boston Bar Association - Intellectual Property Law Section
Boston Patent Law Association
Intellectual Property Institute at New England Law | Boston
Patent Bar Review Course Information
United States Patent and Trademark Office
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