Distinguished Intellectual Property Visitor
Each year we recognize a distinguished intellectual property professor or judge by inviting him or her to be an honored guest at Lewis & Clark Law School. Our Distinguished Visitor is welcomed by our Dean, faculty, students, and other IP practitioners to our campus. Throughout his or her stay our Visitor is provided opportunities to interact with students, faculty, and practitioners in the field. He or she will enrich the intellectual life of our campus by lecturing, participating in classes, and by engaging with students and faculty during informal lunches. The highlight of the visit for our larger Lewis & Clark community is an evening lecture open to students, faculty, local practitioners, and the public.
We are pleased to announce The Honorable Patti B. Saris as our 15th Annual Distinguished IP Visitor
- All Day
Location: Legal Reserach Center, Faculty Reading Room
A lecture given by Judge Saris
United States District Court, District of Massachusetts
This program has applied for 1.0 MCLE general credit in Oregon and Washington.
Past Distinguished Visitors