Fall Intellectual Property Networking Reception for WCL Students and Alumni

September 15 | 5:30-8:00pm
Microsoft Innovation & Policy Center
901 K St NW, 11th Floor
Washington, DC 20001

The Program on Information Justice & Intellectual Property, Intellectual Property Law Society, Office of Career & Professional Development, and the Office of Development & Alumni Relations invite all greater DC area alumni and current WCL students with a background in IP to a networking reception at the Microsoft Innovation & Policy Center in downtown Washington. There will be heavy appetizers, drinks and Xbox available while you make new connections, and special remarks by Claudio Grossman, Dean of the American University Washington College of Law, Michael Carroll, Director of the Program on Information Justice & Intellectual Property, and Susan Mann, Senior Director of Intellectual Property Policy at Microsoft and WCL alumna.

Business casual attire (no denim). Since this is not a job fair, resumes are not expected.

This event is cosponsored by the Program on Information Justice & Intellectual Property, Intellectual Property Law Society, Office of Career & Professional Development, Office of Development & Alumni Relations, and the Microsoft Corporation.

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