The American University Law Review presents: Federal Circuit Symposium Series
The American University Law Review is proud to announce its 35th annual Federal Circuit Symposium will be held as a five-week series of lunch events held on Zoom every Friday this October from noon to 1 P.M. Eastern Time. Each week’s event will center on a specific legal area common to the Federal Circuit, including addresses, panel discussions, guided conversations, and events focused on Veteran's law, patents, trademarks, government contracts, and international trade.
Professors Mark A. Lemley (Stanford Law School), Dmitry Karshtedt (George Washington University School of Law), and Toshiko Takenaka (University of Washington School of Law) will join American University Washington College of Law Professor Jonas Anderson in a panel discussion centering on the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act.
Total 60-minute hours: 1.0 CLE credit hour in Pennsylvania (approved) | Virginia (pending)
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