John Conley Honored by UNC School of Law Alumni AssociationPDF
Robinson Bradshaw attorney and UNC School of Law professor John M. Conley received the Professor S. Elizabeth Gibson Award for Faculty Excellence as part of the UNC Law Alumni Association’s Alumni Awards. The award recognizes Conley as a professor who embodies the outstanding qualities of integrity, legal scholarship, exemplary teaching, and commitment to service to UNC School of Law and the university.
Conley joined the UNC School of Law faculty in 1983 and is now a William Rand Kenan Jr. Professor of Law. He developed the school’s first course on intellectual property and has also taught subjects like scientific evidence, biotechnology and life sciences law and first-year civil procedure. At Robinson Bradshaw, Conley advises clients on strategic planning related to all aspects of intellectual property and privacy law, both in the United States and internationally.