Steve Allhoff, President of the Intellectual Property Law Society

allhoff_steveThird-year law student Steve Allhoff is the president-elect of the Intellectual Property Law Society (IPLS) at the University of Dayton School of Law. One of the law school’s largest student-run organizations, IPLS hosts events and guest speakers throughout the year and provides networking opportunities for students.

Although he does not officially begin his duties until the fall semester, Steve, previously the IPLS secretary, has hit the ground running by assisting with the law school’s Intellectual Property Law of Computers and Cyberspace Seminar on June 8.

Steve also participates on the Moot Court and Mediation teams and is recipient of the President’s Scholarship and CALI Excellence for the Future Award. After graduation, Steve’s goal is to work at a law firm that will expose him to all aspects of intellectual property law, including patent, copyright and trademark law from both the licensing and litigation perspectives.

Steve has a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Illinois Wesleyan University and a background in computer programming and networking. Steve says he decided to go to law school because he “prefers working with people, as opposed to machines.” He chose Dayton Law because of the strength of its Program in Law and Technology.

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