University of New Hampshire

School of Law

Patent LLM/MIP Online Program - Faculty

Christopher Frerking

Christopher Frerking

Professor of Law
Director of the Patent Practice and Procedure Program

Professor Christopher Frerking is a registered patent attorney, and specialist in international patent law, with over 14 years of patent prosecution experience. 

He has most recently been based in Munich, working as a partner in a German international IP firm.

His background also includes both an MS and a BS in computer science, and eight years of experience at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.

Carroll, Kevin J.

Kevin J. Carroll

Adjunct Professor, Patent Law

Kevin J. Carroll has been an adjunct faculty member at the University of New Hampshire School of Law for over 15 years. 

He has taught both U.S. Patent Law and Patent Practice and Procedure and previously served as the Acting Director of the Patent Practice and Procedure Program.

He began teaching Patent Practice and Procedure with the late Professor Bob Shaw, the originator of the program, and helped to pioneer the current format of the program.

Brian J. Colandreo

Adjunct Professor, Patent Practice and Procedure, Fundamentals of IP Online

Brian J. Colandreo is a Registered Patent Attorney with an LLM in Intellectual Property and is admitted to practice in the commonwealth of Massachusetts and the State of New York

He has considerable patent prosecution / IP counseling experience in the following technological areas: client software, server software, GUIs, social networking, electrical hardware, consumer devices & systems, medical devices & systems, network devices & systems, telecommunication devices & systems, wireless communication devices & systems, distributed computing systems, distributed storage systems, data arrays, data encryption systems & methods, computer & resource virtualization, network time-slicing, mechanical devices, and electro-mechanical devices.

Kristina Grasso

Kristina Grasso Patent Practice & Procedure I Online



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