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Intellectual Property and Technological Innovation

Technological innovation and intellectual property constitute an increasingly important field of legal practice and a key focus area within Emory Law’s curriculum. At the core of this study at Emory Law is our Technological Innovation: Generating Economic Results (TI:GER®) program in collaboration with the Georgia Institute of Technology, which brings together graduate students in law, business, engineering, and science to transform promising research into economically viable projects. Several renowned Emory Law faculty members focus their research in intellectual property law, protecting the work of innovators, not unlike our TI:GER students, and tackling theoretical frameworks borne from emerging technologies throughout the United States and the world.

Courses in Technological Innovation & IP

Please note that courses are offered on a rotating basis, therefore, not all courses are available each semester/year. See the current Academic Catalog for more information.

ENRICHMENT

  • Administrative Law
  • Antitrust
  • Doing Deals (IP-related courses)
  • Federal Courts
  • International Intellectual Property
  • International Patent Law (Seminar)
  • Internet Law
  • Patent Litigation
  • Trade Secrets

Foundational

  • Business Associations
  • Copyright
  • Intellectual Property
  • Patent Law
  • Trademark Law
Center Spotlight

TI:GER (Technological Innovation: Generating Economic Results) Program

TI:GER®, is an award-winning collaboration between Emory Law and the Georgia Institute of Technology. TI:GER brings together graduate students in law, business, engineering, and science to work on start-up projects with a goal of transforming highly promising research into economically viable projects. It’s not a typical law school experience. Electronic medical records, cardiovascular drugs, prosthetic legs, water-testing devices—our students have worked on the commercialization of all these through TI:GER. Emory Law students provide a crucial legal perspective to their TI:GER teams, helping bring to the forefront ideas and inventions that can change the world and save lives.

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As of June 2021
SCHOLARSHIP SPOTLIGHT

Margo A. Bagley

Margo A. Bagley is Asa Griggs Candler Professor of Law at Emory University School of Law. She rejoined the Emory faculty in 2016 after a decade at the University of Virginia, School of Law, where she was most recently the Hardy Cross Dillard Professor of Law.

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Margo A. Bagley

Spotlight Event

2021 TI:GER Innovation Conference

The 2021 Innovation Conference explored issues concerning gender and racial gaps in the innovation system, such as access to resources for entrepreneurs who are women and people of color and the underrepresentation of diverse inventors in the patent system.