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Barbara Lauriat

Barbara Lauriat is Associate Professor of Law and Dean’s Scholar in Intellectual Property at Texas Tech University School of Law. While she has a particular research interest in the history of intellectual property, she has taught and conducted research in most areas of IP law, including copyright, patents, and trademarks. She began her legal academic career in England, where she taught intellectual property law subjects to undergraduate, L.L.M., and Ph.D. students at King’s College London from 2011-2022, after serving as the Career Development Fellow in Intellectual Property Law and a Fellow of St. Catherine’s College at the University of Oxford from 2008-2010. She is currently working on a project examining the history of commercial goodwill as property.

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