Ann Bartow from South Carolina to Pace

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From Pace Law School’s press release:

Pace Law School is strengthening its offerings in intellectual property by adding to its teaching ranks Professor Ann Bartow, a leading intellectual property scholar, Dean Michelle S. Simon announced.

“Ann Bartow is a remarkably productive and creative scholar who is one of the leading scholarly voices in the intellectual property field. Ann is a top-caliber teacher, writer and thinker,” said Dean Simon. “She fearlessly engages at points of intersection between and among intellectual property laws and public policy concerns, privacy and technology law, and feminist legal theory. Her work pushes forward the public conversation about the role and function of law in society. We are so thrilled to welcome her to our community.”

Professor Bartow is being appointed with tenure from the University of South Carolina School of Law, where she teaches Intellectual Property Survey Law, Copyright Law, Trademarks and Unfair Competition Law, Patent Law and Cyberspace Law. Professor Bartow is a graduate of Cornell University and the University of Pennsylvania Law School.

Pending university approval, the appointment is effective May 1.

“Ann Bartow is in the top echelon of IP scholars,” said Professor Horace Anderson, who also teaches and writes in the IP area. “Every day, IP lawyers must confront changes in law and technology. Ann Bartow’s immense talents will help us to continue to provide the best legal education for our students.”

Welcome, welcome, Ann!  Congratulations!

-Bridget Crawford

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4 Responses to Ann Bartow from South Carolina to Pace

  1. Tony Infanti says:

    Congratulations, to Ann (on her move) and Bridget (on having Ann as a colleague at Pace)!

  2. thebewilderness says:

    Congratulations. I hope it proves to be just what you always wanted.

  3. I have been a reader of this blog for 3 years and as I will more than likely be attending Pace Law School in the fall of this year (holding out on one decision and some financial aid details for a “final” final decision), I am very excited to hear this. It is exciting to know that I will have feminist legal scholars, such as yourselves, for guidance while in law school.

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