University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law

Online Interview with Law School's Dean Megan Carpenter - WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP


18:00 - 19:00 Uhr


White Street 2
03301 Concord

Tune in for an interview with Megan Carpenter, Dean of the University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law, as we discuss her impressive career track and the advice she would give to other aspiring female leaders. 

Megan Carpenter is Dean of the University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law, which has been a top-ranked school in Intellectual Property for three decades.

Dean Carpenter is a thought-leader in intellectual property and legal education. She has extensive experience in institution-building; her talent for driving initiatives from concept to execution has helped to establish innovative programs in several universities. Most recently she has led creation of the Hybrid JD in Intellectual Property, Technology, and Information Law, the first ABA-approved hybrid program in a specialized area of the law.  It is designed to make legal education accessible to working professionals in IP-intensive industries. A hallmark of her leadership is a collaborative and student-centered approach.

Carpenter writes in the area of intellectual property and innovation, including the book, “Evolving Economies: The Role of Law in Entrepreneurship and Innovation.” She has written multiple book chapters and published works in the Columbia Journal of Law & the Arts, the Yale Journal of Human Rights and Development, and the Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law.

Dean Carpenter believes that learning best takes place at the intersection of theory, policy, and practice. She has received awards for her dedication to students, skills in program development, and her service to the university and community.  Throughout her career, Dean Carpenter has engaged intellectual property law with underserved communities such as early-stage entrepreneurs, musicians, and grassroots arts organizations.

Dean Carpenter practiced law at Kirkpatrick & Lockhart (now K&L Gates), where she represented clients on a variety of intellectual property and technology-related issues.

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