Visiting Professor of Law
- JD, 1980, Cornell University
- BA, 1977, Ithaca College
Areas of Expertise
Professor Long teaches international intellectual property.
Long is the chair of the intellectual property, information technology and privacy group at the John Marshall Law School. She has lectured in the areas of intellectual property, international art, e-commerce, culture, technology and innovation at conferences throughout the United States and in more than 30 countries on five continents. In 2000, Long served as an attorney advisor in the Office of Legislative and International Affairs of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office where she helped negotiate the IPR Enforcement Sections of the Jordan Free Trade Agreement.
Honors and Affiliations
Long graduated summa cum laude from Ithaca College and cum laude from Cornell Law School. In 2004, she received an executive education certificate in science, technology and innovation policy from Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government.
Long's publications include Trade Secrets and Traditional Knowledge: Strengthening International Protection of Indigenous Innovation in Trade Secret Protection (Dreyfuss & Strindberg, eds.) (Edward Elgar, 2009); Lesser Known Treaties of the Americas (Gaceta Judicial, 2009); "Innovating New Connections in Intellectual Property Analysis: A Review of William van Caenegem's Intellectual Property Law and Innovation" in 13 Melbourne Media Arts and Law Review (2008); "Trademarks and the Beijing Olympics: Gold Medal Challenges" in 7 John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law 433 (2008); and "When Worlds Collide: The Uneasy Convergence of Creativity and Innovation" in 25 John Marshall Journal of Computer & Information Law (2008).