Intellectual Property Law Society presents Tan Boston

Monday, November 9

Time: 12 p.m. — 1 p.m.

Location: Room 14, Joseph E. Keller Hall

Tags:  School of Law

Cost:  Free

Tan Boston, the Director of LL.M. and M.S.L. Programs at the School of Law will be speaking to the Intellectual Property Law Society (IPLS) about the LL.M. programs in Intellectual Property on Nov. 9 at noon in Room 14. The LL.M. Program has a number of partial scholarships (up to 50% off 2016 tuition) available for J.D. students who can qualify. IPLS members in attendance at the LL.M. presentation will receive priority consideration for these scholarships if they apply to the program by January 15, 2016, for enrollment in 2016.  Lunch will be provided for law students. Please RSVP to Debbie Davis at  by Nov. 8, 2015.  Everyone is welcome.

The Intellectual Property Law Society is a student organization that exists to educate its membership in the area of intellectual property law. We do this through a variety of activities such as meetings, speaker forums and symposia as a society and in coordination with the director and faculty of the Program in Law and Technology. Major Initiatives: To improve awareness and further educate students in the field of intellectual property, emphasizing patent law, copyright law and trademark law, and the rising impact of technology on the practice of modern law.

Contact Information:

Name:  Debbie Davis Brutchen