Intellectual Property, Information & Communications Law Graduate Programs Michigan State University College of Law
Protect Innovation. Technological innovation drives today’s economy and transforms our lives. Lawyers make this progress possible by protecting inventors and creators and ensuring that they share in the benefit of their innovations. MSU’s Intellectual Property, Information, and Communications Law (IPIC), one of the best programs in the country, trains lawyers to play this pivotal role in our information economy.
Our IPIC faculty are leaders in intellectual property law, and they bring their scholarship and hands-on experience into the classroom. Students engage with cutting-edge research in patent, copyright, trademark, internet law, international IP, and informatics. Our capstone seminar series allows IPIC’s best students to interact with leading IP scholars and practitioners, and our topical lecture series brings speakers from all over the world to campus.
Michigan State University’s position as a global leader in the sciences connects MSU Law students with up-to-the-minute developments in engineering, computer science, agriculture, and communications — as well as University efforts to encourage and protect its own innovations. This collaboration provides our students with a unique interdisciplinary perspective to their legal studies and enhances the value of an IPIC education.