Deidre A. Keller
Professor Keller joined the College of Law faculty in August 2010 as an assistant professor. She teaches Property, Law and Literature, and Internet Law. Her teaching interests also include First Amendment (freedom of speech), Intellectual Property, Copyright, and Trademark. During the summer of 2011 Professor Keller taught an Intellectual Property survey course for the LSAC DiscoverLaw.org PLUS program. The PLUS program is directed at undergraduates from groups underrepresented in the legal profession and who face significant financial and familial obstacles in their pursuit of a career in law.
Prior to joining the faculty, Professor Keller practiced law in Atlanta, Georgia, with the firms of Sutherland, Asbill and Brennan, LLP and Seyfarth Shaw, LLP. She specialized in the procurement, registration and enforcement of intellectual property rights with a particular emphasis on trademarks and copyrights. Professor Keller's experience includes trademark portfolio management, counseling clients on matters including the adoption of trademarks, potential defenses to copyright infringement and issues related to litigating patent disputes. Professor Keller has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in patent, trademark and copyright matters. Her clients ranged from individuals to publically-traded companies.
Law & Literature
First Amendment (Freedom of Speech)
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