John and Frances Angelos Law Center, Room 508
Administrative Assistant: Shavaun O'Brien
John and Frances Angelos Law Center, Room 1112
J.D., Yale Law School
B.A., Dartmouth College
International Intellectual Property
Trade Secret Law
William Hubbard has been a member of the faculty since 2009. His teaching interests include Copyright Law, International Intellectual Property, Patent Law, Property Law, Trademark Law and Trade Secret Law.
Professor Hubbard's scholarship explores and analyzes the complex effects of patent law on the U.S. and global economies. His articles have appeared in the Boston College Law Review, the Florida Law Review, the Connecticut Law Review and the Santa Clara Computer & High Technology Law Journal.
Hubbard received his law degree from Yale Law School. After graduation, he clerked for the Hon. Robert Sack of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. Hubbard then practiced intellectual property litigation for five years with Alston & Bird LLP in Atlanta, where his practice involved trials, appeals and arbitrations involving patent, trademark and antitrust issues.
The Debilitating Effect of Exclusive Rights: Patents and Productive Inefficiency, Fla. L. Rev. 2045 (2014).
The Competitive Advantage of Weak Patents, 54 B.C. L. Rev. 1909 (2013).
Competitive Patent Law , 65 Fla. L. Rev. 341 (2013) (lead article).
Inventing Norms, 44 Conn. L. Rev. 369 (2011).
Efficient Definition and Communication of Patent Rights: The Importance of Ex Post Delineation , 25 Santa Clara Computer & High Tech. L. J. 327 (2009).
Speaker, The Debilitating Effect of Strong Patents, Midwinter Patent Law Experts Conference (February 2014).
Speaker, The Debilitating Effect of Strong Patents, George Washington School of Law (November 2013).
Speaker, The Debilitating Effects of Strong Patents, University of New Hampshire Intellectual Property Roundtable (November 2013).
Speaker, Intellectual Property and X-Inefficiency, Mid-Atlantic Patent Works-in-Progress Conference (September 2013).
Speaker, Intellectual Property and X-Inefficiency, Intellectual Property Scholars Conference (August 2013).
University of Baltimore Law School, Who Owns the Rights to Your DNA, Moderator (April 2013).