- Adjunct Professor
- San Francisco
Adjunct Professor Michael A. Glenn gained experience in electrical engineering at GTE Lenkurt and Ampex Corporation. At Townsend & Townsend, Prof. Glenn counseled clients in all aspects of intellectual property law. As Intel Corporation¹s first Patent Counsel, Prof. Glenn was Intel's "substantive intellectual property law expert."
An adjunct professor of law at Golden Gate University School of Law for many years, Professor Glenn has taught survey courses in Intellectual Property, as well a upper division classes in International Intellectual Property law.Prof. Glenn served as Senior Counsel for both National Semiconductor Corporation and Digital Equipment Corporation. He is rated AV by Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating possible. Prof. Glenn has a thriving IP practice with the Glenn Patent Group in Menlo Park (founded in 2000). Prof. Glenn is past chair of the California State Bar Intellectual Property Section and past President of the Silicon Valley Intellectual Property Law Association. Prof. Glenn's most recent publication, Article I and the First Inventor to File: Patent Reform or Doublespeak? appears in IDEA, the Intellectual Property Law Review of the University of New Hampshire School of Law.Prof. Glenn holds a BS in biological science and chemistry from the University of Arizona, and a J.D. degree from San Mateo Law School. For more information about Prof. Glenn see http://www.glenn-law.com.