Spring 2004 Fellows

See what some of the Spring 2004 Colloquium Fellows have to say about their experiences:


Lucy Lu

Lucy comes from China and will soon graduate with her LL.M. in International Intellectual Property. Before Lucy came to the U.S., she practiced in a top IP law firm in China. At present, Lucy is working for a law firm in the U.S.

Her Views:

“I especially enjoyed sharing an experience with so many top scholars and students in the IP field. The Colloquium sparked a lot of ideas in me, and I strongly recommend the Colloquium to future students.”

Binghui Wu

Binghui is now back in China. She says the Chinese government is determined to take more action to improve IP protection so it is a better environment in which to practice IP law; the protection of intellectual property in China will get better.

Her Views:

“The Chicago IP Colloquium was a very worthwhile experience for me. I learned about all the latest issues and had the chance to discuss them with famous scholars.”

The other fellows from Chicago-Kent were:

  • Jie Gao
  • Neal Kitterlin
  • Scott Kolassa
  • Chris Mason
  • Calista Mitchell
  • Scott Turk
  • Matt Werber


The fellows from Loyola University Chicago School of Law were:

  • Christopher Betti
  • Adam Betzen
  • Anthony Cartee
  • Anwar Imam
  • Mike Kramer
  • Alisha Massie
  • Purvi Patel
  • Joe Sanders
  • Billy Thomas