Howard R. Lurie
Professor of Law Emeritus
Professor Lurie joined the faculty in 1968. Prior to teaching, Professor Lurie was a trial attorney at the Federal Trade Commission. He also served two years active duty in the United States Army from 1964 to 1966, and was awarded the Army Commendation Medal in 1966. In addition, Professor Lurie was a First Lieutenant in the Army Intelligence and Security Branch, and an Instructor of Legal Principles in the Department of Counterintelligence at the United States Army Intelligence School, Fort Holabird, Baltimore, MD.
Professor Lurie’s publications include: What is Fair Use?, Synthesis, Law and Policy in Higher Education, Synthesis: L. & Pol’y in Higher Educ. 36 (Sept. 1989); The Ownership of Copyright in Journal Articles, 1(3) Technical Serv. Q. 31 (1984); and Consumer Complaints: A Proposed Federal Trade Regulation Rule, 5 Mich. J. of Law Reform 426 (1972). He has also given oral presentations on copyright law and antitrust issues. Additionally, Professor Lurie has participated as a panel member in several symposiums.
Professor Lurie graduated from the University of Michigan Law School, where he was Assistant Editor of the Michigan Law Review. He is an active member of the American Bar Association, Section of Antitrust Law; Philadelphia Patent Law Association; and the International Association for the Advancement of Teaching and Research in Intellectual Property.
Courses and Seminars
- Accounting Economics & Statistics for Lawyers
- Administrative Law
- Intellectual Property