Jasmine Abdel-khalik

Visiting Professor of Law
Biography

Jasmine Abdel-khalik comes to us as a Professor of Law from UMKC School of Law. She teaches courses in the intellectual property, unfair competition, and commercial realms, including Contracts I and II, Business Torts & Unfair Competition, Intellectual Property Litigation, Advance Trademark, and Intellectual Property. Professor Abdel-khalik has been honored to receive several teaching awards.

Interested in how language within intellectual property interests affect broader social concerns, Professor Abdel-khalik’s research focuses on various aspects of trademark and copyright law as well as contract formation and interpretation issues.  Most recently, she has been examining how intellectual property doctrine may reentrench existing stereotypes and biases as well as the intersect of intellectual property laws and protection of speech.  Her research was recognized by her colleagues in 2007 with the Daniel E. Brenner Faculty Publishing Award. Her research was recognized by her colleagues in 2007 and 2019 with the Daniel E. Brenner Faculty Publishing Award. 

To read more visit Professor Jasmine Adbel-khalik's UMKC School of Law page

Research areas
  • Contracts
  • Torts
  • Intellectual Property
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BA, Cornell University, 1997, JD, University of Michigan, 2000