IP Fellowship – George Washington University Law School

The George Washington University Law School
August 27, 2013
Washington, D.C.
Job Type


The Frank H. Marks Intellectual Property Fellowship at the George Washington University Law School is a two-year position designed for persons who are interested in pursuing an academic career in some area of intellectual property law. The Marks IP Fellow will teach one course per academic year and help with the administration of the Intellectual Property Program.

At the same time, the Marks IP Fellow will have the opportunity to pursue a scholarly project and prepare to enter the law teaching market, normally in the fall semester of the second year

Applications for the 2014-2016 academic year are now being accepted. 

Applications should include:

 (1) a resume that includes a list of academic references;
(2) a law school transcript;
(3) copies of any published work or other writing samples in law or related fields; and
(4) a proposal describing the candidate's scholarly interests and the specific project or projects he or she aims to complete while in residence at the Law School.

Please send applications, questions, or inquiries to:

Kristelia Garcia
The George Washington University Law School
2000 H Street, NW
Washington, DC 20052

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