Intellectual property (IP) law is one of the fastest-growing areas of law.  It deals with building the legal foundation for managing innovation and promoting progress, whether that’s assisting researchers working on a new cancer treatment or helping artists and performers protect their music, designs and other creations.

Arizona Law’s IP program is loaded and includes:

  • Full and varied IP Curriculum
  • IP Specialization Certificate
  • Practical Experiential IP Classes and Programs
  • IP and Entrepreneurship Clinic
  • Participation in national IP Moot Court competitions (patent and trademark)
  • Participation in USPTO Law School Certification Program (patent and trademark)
  • Hub for the State of Arizona under the US Patent Office Pro Bono Program
  • IP Law Review (Journal of Emerging Technologies)
  • Running IP Industry Conferences

As part of a world-class research university, Arizona law also works with scientists and technologists across campus to help them protect and commercialize their ideas.

Additional Information

Key Contacts

Derek Bambauer
Professor of Law

Allan J. Sternstein
Professor of Intellectual Property