University of New Hampshire

School of Law

School of Law

IP Faculty

Where IP leads: A faculty with global experience

The Franklin Pierce Center for IP has one of the largest full time resident IP faculties in the United States, supplemented by a substantial contingent of domestic and foreign adjuncts. UNH Law has long attracted high-profile global IP leaders to teach courses both during the academic year as well as during the innovative Intellectual Property Summer Institute.

Our intellectual property faculty brings to the school a wealth of experience and expertise in applied research and pioneering legal education:

  • Depth: one of the largest full time resident IP faculties in the world, with experience as academics, transactional lawyers, litigators, corporate counsel, and information professionals. Plus dozens of globally-renowned adjunct faculty in numerous specialty IP practice areas.
  • Experience: Several IP faculty are members of the United States Patent Bar; several have practiced in top-tier law firms around the world.
  • Visibility: Many IP faculty members regularly travel around the globe to teach law students, IP lawyers and management professionals, speak at academic conferences and work with NGOs, individual governments and multi-lateral IP organizations.
  • Expertise: Our IP faculty are widely published in law reviews, casebooks, treatises, reports, websites and blogs.
  • Accessibility: Our IP Faculty are committed to educating students and ensuring their professional success. They participate in a wide range of student activities, including acting as moot court judges, mentoring law review editors, and maintaining the intimate community of scholars that has long been our hallmark.

Full-Time Resident IP Faculty

Adjunct Faculty from around the globe

The Franklin Pierce Center for IP has long been known for calling upon our global community of IP lawyers and experts to offer one of the most innovative and interdisciplinary IP curriculums in the world. A current list of adjunct faculty teaching at UNH Law can be found here.