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Intellectual Property Law Podcast Series - IP Law Podcast Series

By Suffolk University

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Since its inception, Suffolk Law's IP Law Concentration has developed into one of the most comprehensive programs in the country, giving students the opportunity to take advanced courses in each branch of intellectual property law. In addition, within Suffolk's IP concentration, our patent law specialization offers students with appropriate backgrounds in engineering or science advanced training in patent prosecution and office practice. Suffolk's cutting edge program is built around a core of intellectual property law, supplemented by skills-based training. Participation in the IP Law Concentration provides students with a strong theoretical and practical foundation through which to develop long term career objectives, as well as intellectual interests. The following podcasts which discuss topical IP issues are produced by the Suffolk Journal of High Technology Law ( For questions or information about these podcasts please email with the subject line “Podcast Editor.”

Customer Reviews

Suffolk IP Podcasts

A great collection of podcasts on a variety of intellectual property law issues.

Poor sound quality. Average content

I listened to 3 recent episodes and was appalled at the poor quality of the sound. The content wasn't particulary bad or uninteresting, yet when a lecture sounds like it was recorded over Skype, without appologetic warning in the intro, I can't see myself giving more than 2 stars.

If you are patent or IP lawyer, you might still give these a try. Laymen like myself, please don't bother.