Professor Ann Bartow

Pace Law School welcomes Prof. Ann Bartow. A graduate of Cornell University and the University of Pennsylvania Law School, Prof. Bartow’s scholarship focuses on intellectual property law, especially as it relates to social policy, privacy, and technology.  Her arrival, after a year spent as a Fulbright scholar in China, will expand the opportunities for our students to study this rapidly changing field.

“I was drawn to Pace Law by the location, the friendly atmosphere, and a cohort of faculty colleagues who seem driven to excel as scholars as well as teachers, while simultaneously serving students, alumni and the larger legal community in various important ways,” remarked Prof. Bartow.

Among the courses Prof. Bartow will teach this year are Copyright, Survey of Intellectual Property, and Law and the Visual Arts. Intellectual Property Law is a growing specialty at Pace Law School, expanding from a few courses offered ten years ago to an area with fulltime professors including Prof. Bartow and Prof. Horace Anderson, Jr.  Students may avail themselves of experiential opportunities such as externships at corporate offices. They may also combine their interest in IP Law with another specialty at Pace, International Law.

“By the time our students are done, they are well-rounded law graduates with a good focus on their area of interest,” said Prof. Anderson. “This makes them very employable.”