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International IP expert spending year at KU Law

Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Dr. Amir H. Khoury joins KU Law's faculty as a Distinguished Visiting Professor for the 2013-14 school year.
 
A specialist in intellectual property law and regulation, Khoury has written two books, 14 U.S. law journal articles and a chapter in an Oxford University Press book. He has presented at conferences around the world and trains judges, lawyers and patent examiners in IP matters. He is a senior lecturer at Tel Aviv University and holds a Ph.D. from Haifa University, an LL.M. from Fordham University and an LL.B. from Hebrew University. He is currently working on a collection of English poetry.
 
"Lawrence represents the best in this great country: a mixture of achievements, kindness and values," Khoury said. "Academically, I have been enjoying my time here. The teaching experience that I have received from it is truly rewarding."
 
Khoury's KU course offerings include International Regulation of Intellectual Property and Theory and Practice in Fair Dealing in Commerce and Commerce Wrongs. 
Amir Khoury

Dr. Amir H. Khoury joins KU Law's faculty as a Distinguished Visiting Professor for the 2013-14 school year.

A specialist in intellectual property law and regulation, Khoury has written two books, 14 U.S. law journal articles and a chapter in an Oxford University Press book. He has presented at conferences around the world and trains judges, lawyers and patent examiners in IP matters. He is a senior lecturer at Tel Aviv University and holds a Ph.D. from Haifa University, an LL.M. from Fordham University and an LL.B. from Hebrew University. In addition to his current research on trade secrets, brands and moral rights, Dr Khoury is working on a collection of English poetry. 
 
"Lawrence represents the best in this great country: a mixture of achievements, kindness and values," Khoury said. "Academically, I have been enjoying my time here. The teaching experience that I have received from it is truly rewarding."
 
Khoury's KU course offerings include International Regulation of Intellectual Property and Theory and Practice in Fair Dealing in Commerce and Commerce Wrongs. 
 

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