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UNH Law Visits Alumni in China, South Korea, Japan, and Taiwan

UNH Law Visits Alumni in China, South Korea, Japan, and Taiwan

Between August 25 and September 12, Dean Broderick, Professor Mary Wong (Director of the Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property), and Karen Borgstrom (Vice President of Institutional Advancement) traveled to China, South Korea, Japan, and Taiwan. Gordon V. Smith, UNH Law's Distinguished Professor of IP Management, who was teaching in Singapore at the time, joined them in Japan.

They visited UNH Law alumni and explored new opportunities for expanding UNH Law's presence in Asia. The Franklin Pierce Center for IP is well known in Asia for its pioneering leadership in IP education and its long history of welcoming students from around the world. A number of meetings were held with top Asian universities, law schools, and government officials to develop new partnerships that will help enhance UNH Law's position as a global hub for IP.

According to Dean Broderick: "We had opportunities to meet with many of our very successful alumni of whom we are extremely proud. We also met with numerous patent offices and organizations. Our hosts, and all of our alums, in all four countries could not have made us feel more at home."

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