Professor of Law
Location: Worrell 3126
Simone Rose is an award winning professor and active scholar who writes and publishes in the area of intellectual property. She was the recipient of the 2005 Joseph Branch Award for Excellence in Law Teaching. Simone’s recent scholarship addresses such cutting edge topics as the intersection of patent law with biotechnology and the ethical issues that these topics present for lawyers and society. She is a frequent presenter and panelist at academic conferences. Prior to joining the law faculty, Simone practiced law at Foley and Lardner LLP. As a registered patent attorney, she assisted clients in both the acquisition and enforcement of patent, trademark and other intellectual property rights. Simone is a board member and ardent supporter of Tri-City Relays/Project T.E.A.C.H. which stands for “teaming education with athletics to create hope”. She also lives her passion for enhancing the learning environment by chairing the Academic Success faculty committee at the law school.