Intellectual Property & Technology Law

The nationally-recognized Marquette University Intellectual Property and Technology Program fosters a rich learning environment dedicated to understanding intellectual property and technology law.

The program is anchored by students who are committed to becoming intellectual property lawyers. Students choose from over 15 different courses in the program, permitting them to develop course sequences tailored to their individual interests.

Students also gain valuable skills through their participation in the Intellectual Property Law Review, moot court competitions and the Intellectual Property Law Society. With distinguished records of scholarship and real world experience, full-time faculty members Kali Murray and Bruce Boyden oversee the program. The program is further supported by other full-time faculty members and adjunct faculty consisting of attorneys who are experts in their field.

Registered Student Organizations contribute to the vibrant student community at Marquette University Law School. Scroll through our list of organizations to find the one that suits you best and if you are a current student, you can click on the links to get contact information.