Principal Mary Murray Receives Outstanding Alumni Service Award from Suffolk University Law School

July 9, 2013

Mary MurrayHamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Principal Mary K. Murray, Ph.D. is to be this year’s recipient of the Outstanding Alumni Service Award from her alma mater Suffolk University Law School.  The Outstanding Alumni Service Award is given each year to an alumnus who has made a significant contribution to the betterment of Suffolk University Law School during the past year or over the past several years.  Nominations are received from faculty, staff, administrators, and alumni.

Mary is an active speaker, moderator, and author on issues relating to intellectual property law practice and its impact on business assets.  Most recently, Mary has been an active speaker and educator on the new patent law under the America Invents Act (AIA) of 2011.  Since graduating from law school, Mary has spearheaded seven intellectual property conferences at Suffolk University Law School, the most recent being “What You Need to Know About Patent Practice After the AIA,” in March 2013.  As a result of her efforts, Suffolk has been host over the last years to many prominent speakers, including nationally-known commentators on patent law, officials from the United States Patent and Trademark Office, and the Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.  In addition, Mary participated in developing Suffolk University Law School’s Intellectual Property Law Certification Program and teaches the patent module of the certification program.

Mary will be honored with the award on Saturday, September 28, 2013 at the Annual Alumni Dinner in Boston.
 

About

July 9, 2013

Mary MurrayHamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Principal Mary K. Murray, Ph.D. is to be this year’s recipient of the Outstanding Alumni Service Award from her alma mater Suffolk University Law School.  The Outstanding Alumni Service Award is given each year to an alumnus who has made a significant contribution to the betterment of Suffolk University Law School during the past year or over the past several years.  Nominations are received from faculty, staff, administrators, and alumni.

Mary is an active speaker, moderator, and author on issues relating to intellectual property law practice and its impact on business assets.  Most recently, Mary has been an active speaker and educator on the new patent law under the America Invents Act (AIA) of 2011.  Since graduating from law school, Mary has spearheaded seven intellectual property conferences at Suffolk University Law School, the most recent being “What You Need to Know About Patent Practice After the AIA,” in March 2013.  As a result of her efforts, Suffolk has been host over the last years to many prominent speakers, including nationally-known commentators on patent law, officials from the United States Patent and Trademark Office, and the Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.  In addition, Mary participated in developing Suffolk University Law School’s Intellectual Property Law Certification Program and teaches the patent module of the certification program.

Mary will be honored with the award on Saturday, September 28, 2013 at the Annual Alumni Dinner in Boston.
 

Back to the Top