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  • National Health Law Moot Court Competition | School of Law | SIU
    Legal Medicine Foundation have sponsored the National Health Law Moot Court Competition The Competition is held annually at the Southern Illinois University School of Law in Carbondale Illinois Dates Nov 6 7 2015 Location Southern Illinois University School of Law Carbondale IL Registration Payment The entry fee is due by September 3 2015 Teams Briefs Transcript of Record PDF Rules Judges Accommodations Final Results 2015 Champion Team Seton Hall Univ School of Law Chris Capitanelli Angelo Cerimele Second Place Team Seton Hall Univ School of Law Nina Trovato Arnold Picinich Third Place Team Loyola Univ Chicago School of Law Mary Kathryn Hurd Matthew Gubernikoff Second Place Brief Seton Hall Univ School of Law Nina Trovato Arnold Picinich Best Brief Loyola Univ Chicago School of Law Mary Kathryn Hurd Matthew Gubernikoff Best Preliminary Oralist Justin Reddington Liberty University School of Law Best Overall Oralist Justin Reddington Liberty University School of Law Participating Teams There were 29 teams from 23 schools this year American University Washington College of Law Washington DC Barry University Orlando FL Belmont University College of Law Nashville TN Chicago Kent College of Law Chicago IL Cooley Thomas M Law School Grand Rapids MI Faulkner University School of Law Montgomery AL Georgia State University College of Law Atlanta GA Hamline University School of Law St Paul MN Houston University of Houston TX Liberty University School of Law Lynchburg VA Loyola University Chicago School of Law Chicago IL Marquette University Law School Milwaukee WI Northeastern University School of Law Boston MA Penn Law University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia PA Saint Louis University School of Law St Louis MO Seton Hall School of Law Newark NJ South Texas College of Law Houston TX Suffolk University Law School Boston MA Texas Tech University School of Law Lubbock TX Tulsa College of Law University

    Original URL path: http://www.law.siu.edu/academics/center-programs/health-law-policy/health-competition.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Grayson Lecture - Past Programs | School of Law | SIU
    LL M Frank McClellan is Professor of Law Emeritus of the Beasley School of Law of Temple University and currently serves as the Phyllis W Beck Chair Professor of Law He is the Co Director of the Center for Health Law Policy and Practice and teaches courses on bioethics medical malpractice and torts as well as a law and medicine writing seminar Professor McClellan has lectured regularly and taught in interdisciplinary courses at Temple Medical from 1981 to the present He joined the Temple faculty as a full professor of law in 1982 after teaching for 9 years at Duquesne University He earned his J D degree from Duquesne in 1970 where he was a member of the law review his A B Degree from Rutgers University 1967 where he was enrolled in the Honors English Program and his L L M degree from Yale University in 1974 where he was awarded the Felix S Cohen Prize in Jurisprudence Prior to joining the Duquesne University faculty in 1972 as an Assistant Professor he served as a law clerk to Chief Judge William H Hastie of the U S Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit and an associate attorney with the Washington D C Law firm of Wilmer Cutler and Pickering In addition to publishing numerous articles in law journals he is the author of Medical Malpractice Law Tactics and Ethics and the co author of a torts casebook that is now in its 4th edition He has extensive experience litigating medical malpractice and drug product liability cases on both the trial and appellate levels 2009 Reforming Health Care The Conundrum of Cost September 24 2009 Edward Zelinsky B A M A J D M Phil Professor Zelinsky is an internationally recognized scholar in the area of employee benefits including health insurance He is the author of The Origins of the Ownership Society Oxford 2007 and his articles have appeared in many publications including Harvard Law Review Yale Law Journal Columbia Law Review Virginia Tax Review Cardozo Law Review Tax Notes and State Tax Notes 2008 Social Change in the Context of End of Life Care Past Present and Future September 25 2008 Kathryn L Tucker JD Kathryn L Tucker a graduate of Georgetown University Law School is Director of Legal Affairs for Compassion Choices a national non profit public interest organization dedicated to improving end of life care and expanding and protecting the rights of the terminally ill Ms Tucker practiced law with the Seattle based law firm Perkins Coie prior to moving to C C She is Adjunct Professor of Law at the Lewis Clark School of Law teaching in the areas of law medicine and ethics with a focus on end of life 2007 Ethics Law Medicine A Vibrant Relationship Personal Reflections September 20 2007 Dorothy Rasinski Gregory M D J D FCLM Dorothy Rasinski Gregory was one of the first women in the U S to earn both law and medical degrees A graduate of Cornell

    Original URL path: http://www.law.siu.edu/academics/center-programs/health-law-policy/grayson-lecture-past.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Featured Student Activities | School of Law | SIU
    Experience Campus Community Accreditation News Events Academics Degree Programs Curriculum Clinics Centers Programs Field Experiences Journals Semester Information Rules Honor Code Career Services Prospective Students Information for Employers Current Students Information for Alumni Our People Deans Faculty Administrative Professional Staff Civil Service Staff Alumni Law Library Give to the School Info for Future Students Current Students Alumni Friends Employers Centers Programs Breadcrumb Navigation Home Academics Centers Programs Center for Health Law Policy Featured Student Activities Share this page Featured Student Activities Kate Jamruk Class of 2016 Illinois Department of Public Health Legal Services IDPH Summer fellowship My fellowship at the IDPH taught me that there are countless ways to utilize my Juris Doctorate Degree and Health Law Specialization Read more SIU Law Students Participate in the Edward L Bryant National Health Law Moot Court Competition Spring 2015 Seated Left to Right Dan Heil John Zimmerman Thomas Laye Renee Chacko Kate Jamruk and Rebecca Hausman Read more Left Sidebar Secondary Navigation Academic Success Program Business Boot Camp Center for Health Law Policy Center Faculty Staff Health Policy Institute Ryan Bioethicist in Residence National Health Law Moot Court Competition SIH SIU Medical Legal Partnership LLM Fellowship Grayson Lecture Past Programs Featured Student

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  • Academics | School of Law | SIU
    Staff Alumni Law Library Give to the School Info for Future Students Current Students Alumni Friends Employers Intellectual Property Law Breadcrumb Navigation Home Academics Centers Programs Intellectual Property Law Academics Share this page Academics Law Courses Specialization Students may earn a Specialization in Intellectual Property Law and receive a transcript notation and certificate acknowledging the completion of the Specialization Semester In Practice The IP Semester in Practice IPSIP is an innovative program that gets students hands on experience in the practice of intellectual property The IPSIP program allows students to get academic credit for interning at a firm or organization anywhere in the U S or world for that matter So far IPSIP students have spent their last semester in law school working in Chicago Washington D C Southern California and Nashville The student has the opportunity to find a placement that suits their interests working in the part of the innovation or creative industries that interests them most The IPSIP Program is available only to students who have been accepted into the IP Specialization Students interested in the IPSIP Program should contact the faculty advisor for the IP Specialization as soon as possible to ensure that they plan their

    Original URL path: http://www.law.siu.edu/academics/center-programs/intellectual-property-law/academic-programs/index.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Recent Faculty Activities | School of Law | SIU
    April 2014 IP Scholars Roundtable Drake University Law School Presentation of article regarding patent assertion entities March 2014 Private Law Workshop Washington University School of Law Presentation of article regarding patent assertion entities February 2014 Litigation Attorney at the United States Federal Trade Commission Associate in Intellectual Property Practice Group at the Jones Day Law Firm Patent Prosecutor at the Finnegan Law Firm Law Clerk to Judge Stanley F Birch Jr of the US Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit August 2009 August 2010 Law Clerk to Judge Loren A Smith of the US Court of Federal Claims August 2008 August 2009 Mark Schultz Associate Professor of Law Scholarly Publications Policy Reports Mark F Schultz Douglas C Lippoldt Approaches to Protection of Undisclosed Information Trade Secrets OECD Trade Policy Paper No 167 OECD January 2014 Douglas C Lippoldt Mark F Schultz Uncovering Trade Secrets An Empirical Assessment of Economic Implications of Protection for Undisclosed Data OECD Trade Policy Paper No 167 OECD August 2014 Douglas Lippoldt Mark Schultz Trade Secrets Innovation and the WTO The E15 Initiative World Economic Foroum ICTSD August 2014 http e15initiative org publications trade secrets innovation and the wto sthash og4DpW5Z dpuf Speeches Testimony Presentations January Testimony on the Scope of Copyright U S House of Representatives Judiciary Committee Intellectual Property Subcommittee Washington D C 2014 Roundtable on Patentable Subject Matter Organized co chaired and presented Fenwick West the Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property George Mason University Mountain View CA January 2014 February Edison Fellowship Meeting Organized co chaired and presented Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property George Mason University Captiva FL February 201 March From Lab to Market Organized co chaired and presented Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property George Mason University Washington DC February 2014 Global Trade Secret Law Trans Atlantic Business Council Covington Burling Washington DC March 2014 May Mark Twain Copyright Fellowship Meeting Organized co chaired and presented Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property George Mason University Scottsdale AZ May 2014 Patented Innovation in Software Organized co chaired and presented Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property George Mason University Cape Coral FL May 2014 July A Global Comparative Study of the Law and Economics of Trade Secrets Summer Law Institute Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property George Mason University Beaver Creek CO August 2014 August Bridging the Innovation Gap Hudson Institute Takshashila Institution Conference Bangalore India August 2014 A Global Comparative Study of the Law and Economics of Trade Secrets IP Scholars Conference UC Berkeley Berkeley CA August 2014 September Presentation on Law and Economics of Trade Secret Law to official Chinese Delegation U S China Intellectual Property Cooperation Program US Patent Trademark Office September 2014 U S Senate Judiciary Staff Briefing on the Protect Trade Secrets Act U S Senate Washington DC September 2014 October Aero and the Performance Clause Michigan State University School of Law Annual Law Review Symposium October 2014 Intellectual Property and Liberty Center for the

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  • Student Activities | School of Law | SIU
    Staff Civil Service Staff Alumni Law Library Give to the School Info for Future Students Current Students Alumni Friends Employers Intellectual Property Law Breadcrumb Navigation Home Academics Centers Programs Intellectual Property Law Student Activities Share this page Student Activities Intellectual Property Society SIU Intellectual Property Society is a student group dedicated to understanding and debating broad issues of patent trademark and copyright law We also educate SIU Law students on

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  • Intellectual Property Law Courses | School of Law | SIU
    course will focus on current developments in International Law This course will likely cover different topics in international law such as international criminal law international environmental law international health law and international human rights law LAW 609 Trade Secret Law 1 to 3 Credit Hours This course allows the School of Law to offer specialized courses in response to new developments and current legal trends The course is used by faculty to present specialized topics such as sentencing homeland security current issues in health law and election law that may be taught on an irregular basis It allows the School of Law to supplement its usual offerings in a new area without committing to a permanent course LAW 629 Law and the Arts 2 to 3 Credit Hours This course explores the intersection of the law and the arts including how the law defines art how the law protects art and how the law encourages art Most of the focus will be on the visual arts but some cases and many examples will show how the concepts translate to the performing arts The topics covered may include fakes and forgeries stolen art adverse possession of art art auctions museum trusts free speech copyright artists moral rights and the government grants process There will be a required field trip to the University Museum s archives and a written final exam LAW 630 Intellectual Property 3 Credit Hours This course surveys federal and state laws that protect intellectual property in particular copyrights patents and trademarks It also may address other rights such as trade secrets and rights of publicity The course is intended to provide a background for non specialists while establishing a foundation for those who wish to explore the field further LAW 633 Intellectual Property and Commercialization 3 Credit Hours

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  • Academics | School of Law | SIU
    Give to the School Info for Future Students Current Students Alumni Friends Employers International Law Programs Breadcrumb Navigation Home Academics Centers Programs International Law Programs Academics Share this page Academics International Law Courses International Comparative Law Specialization Students may earn a Specialization in International and Comparative Law and receive a transcript notation and certificate acknowledging the completion of the Specialization International Association of Law Schools SIU School of Law is

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