Andrew Connors and Rachel Brenke Teach Intellectual Property CLE at Liberty University School of Law

  • By:Elizabeth Sagebiel

On Saturday, September 23, Andrew Connors and Rachel Brenke visited Liberty University School of Law in Lynchburg, Virginia to deliver one of two scheduled intellectual property seminars. They addressed each type of intellectual property, explaining the definitions, uses, how to protect it, and when to litigate. 

Their appearances are part of the Virginia Continuing Legal Education (CLE) program, which serves the Virginia legal community by providing continued education to Virginia lawyers. Understanding and protecting intellectual property is becoming increasingly important as online platforms are used more frequently by business owners and entrepreneurs who display their intellectual property publicly. Andrew and Rachel welcome the opportunity to promote continued learning among Virginia lawyers so all clients are better assisted with intellectual property issues.

Andrew and Rachel are scheduled to return to Liberty University on Saturday, October 14 to deliver the same presentation.

Elizabeth Sagebiel

Elizabeth Sagebiel

Paralegal at Connors and Brenke
Beth is the firm paralegal and offers legal support to Connors and Brenke attorneys. She is clients' go-to resource for scheduling time with attorneys, case updates, and general questions. After graduating from Virginia Tech in May 2017 with a Public Relations degree, she came to work at Connors and Brenke and strives to provide concise, clear communication as the liaison between clients and attorneys.
Elizabeth Sagebiel
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