THREE RIVERS INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND TECHNOLOGY LAW COLLOQUIUM

THE THREE RIVERS INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND TECHNOLOGY COLLOQUIUM

The Three Rivers Intellectual Property and Technology Law Colloquium is an annual gathering of researchers based at universities in or near the “Three Rivers” region of Western Pennsylvania. It was founded by Professor Michael Madison (University of Pittsburgh School of Law, or Pitt Law) and Dean Jacob Rooksby (Gonzaga Law, formerly of the Duquesne University School of Law, or Duquesne Law) and is sponsored jointly by Pitt Law and Duquesne Law. Hosting and other coordination responsibilities alternate from year to year between the two schools.

2018: The First Annual Three Rivers Intellectual Property Colloquium (Pitt Law)

2019: The Second Annual Three Rivers Tech + IP Colloquium (Duquesne Law)

2020: The Third Annual Three Rivers Intellectual Property and Technology Law Colloquium (Pitt Law)

2021: The Fourth Annual Three Rivers Intellectual Property and Technology Law Colloquium (Duquesne Law)

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