DePaul University College of Law's intellectual property and information technology law programs received “A” ratings in the Winter 2016 issue of preLaw magazine. The magazine graded law schools based on the breadth of their curricular offerings.
“We are pleased by the ‘A’ rating accorded our intellectual property program,” said Center for Intellectual Property Law & Information Technology (CIPLIT®)
Director Margit Livingston. “We take pride in our IP faculty’s teaching capability and scholarly achievements, the diverse and excellent backgrounds of our students, the depth and breadth of our IP curriculum and the extent of the opportunities for students for hands-on experience in IP through our IP clinic, externships and summer fellowships.”
DePaul offers a wide range of intellectual property courses and programs
, including four IP certificates, the Technology/Intellectual Property Clinic
and two joint degrees.