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Education - Law, Technology & Arts

LTA offers a broad and deep curriculum available to J.D. and LL.M. students at UW Law School. Students can select from more than 25 courses in IP, tech law, and art law, with a mix of doctrinal, practical and experiential classes. Full-time and adjunct faculty offer highly specialized courses in areas such as biotech law, information technology law, and entertainment law. Students also have access to courses across the UW campus and a wide range of externships with government and non-profit organizations.

"I am extremely impressed that the faculty has extensive corporate and law firm experience in cutting edge intellectual property issues. There are also frequent guest lecturers who are practicing attorneys working in areas of rapid change, such as standards and cloud computing. This creates an atmosphere in which students are learning about and discussing the most current and relevant legal issues regarding intellectual property."
Tonya Gisselberg Class of 2010

Core IP LL.M. Faculty

Bob Gomulkiewicz Professor of Law
J.D. & M.A. 1987, University of Washington;
B.A. 1983, Pacific Lutheran University
Specialization: Licensing and Software

Sean O’Connor Professor of Law
J.D. 1998, Sanford University
M.A. 1995, Arizona State University;
B.A. 1988, University of Massachusetts
Specialization: Commercialization of Technology and biotechnology

Anita Ramasastry Professor of Law
J.D. 1992, Harvard University;
M.A. 1990, University of Sydney;
B.A. 1988, Harvard University
Specialization: Commercial Law and Payment Systems

Toshiko Takenaka Professor of Law
Ph.D. 1992, University of Washington;
LL.M. 1990, University of Washington;
LL.B. 1981, Seikei University, Japan
Specialization: International Comparative Patent Law and Trademark

Jane Winn Professor of Law
J.D. 1987, Harvard University;
B.Sc. (Econ) 1980, Queen Mary College, University of London
Specialization: Globalization, Governance, Standards, and Electronic Commerce

Signe Naeve
J.D. 2000, University of Washington;
B.A. 1995, Washington State University
Specialization: Media Law, Copyright, Trademark, Legal Skills

Last updated 3/14/2012