The Franklin Pierce Law Center has grown to be the top intellectual property training school in the nation. The Intellectual Property Library opened in January 1, 1995, after many years of formation had taken place to concretize the commitment to providing comprehensive intellectual property information services. In recent years the Law Center has allocated funds to develop the collection of paper and electronic information. The Library has been the recipient of some unique collections of practitioner materials donated by intellectual property attorneys and corporate IP departments. Introductory and advanced courses in Intellectual Property research have been offered to allow students to become better practitioners and scholars. One mission of the Library, as the premier source of intellectual property information in the country, is to grow, acquiring both information of historical and current importance, scholarly and practice oriented, in all formats-from the dustiest law book to the most far off database!
Pierce Law's Intellectual Property (IP) Library serves as an innovative, global, IP information resource and training center that parallels the founding vision of the Law Center. Unique, with an international reputation as one of the top five IP collections in the world, this IP Global Resource Center has become a critical asset to Pierce Law, supporting the Law Center's historical mission to educate students to build IP capacity.
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