Boston University School of Law

Careers in Intellectual Property Law Group Discussion

Summary

Careers in Intellectual Property Law Group Discussion

Description

Join Michael Gollin (’84) for a small group discussion on careers in IP Law. Mr. Gollin will discuss various practice areas and practice settings in IP Law, how to best market yourself to prospective employers in this field, and how to incorporate pro bono work into an IP career. Mr. Gollin is a patent attorney who chairs the Life Sciences group at Venable LLP. He has more than two decades' experience in intellectual property law and related areas including technology transfer, food, drug, and cosmetics law, and environmental law. He focuses on strategic counseling and IP monetization. He builds teams that prosecute patents and trademarks, negotiate intellectual property agreements, and litigate patent, trademark, copyright, and trade secret cases. Mr. Gollin is a graduate of BU Law and was one of the founding members of the Public Interest Project (PIP).


This discussion is limited to 20 students- please sign up on the board located outside the CDO on the 13th floor.

Starts

3:00pm on Friday, October 19th 2012

End Time

4:00pm

Location

Alumni Boardroom (4th Floor)

Topics

Career Development Office, J.D. Central