Despite a growing influx of women, the intellectual property law arena is still mostly, in the immortal words of James Brown, a “man’s, man’s, man’s world,” according to preliminary results from three Boston College Law School surveys.

The surveys are the handiwork of Assistant Professor of Law Pamela J. Smith, a former computer programmer and consultant who teaches Intellectual Property, Property, and Computer and Cyberspace Law, as well as Patent Law and Policy.

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