Assistant Professor of Law, University of Houston Law Center
Andrew Michaels teaches in the areas of intellectual property and statutory regulation, and his scholarship has focused in the areas of patent law and jurisprudence. Professor Michaels clerked for Judge Pauline Newman at the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit before practicing as a patent litigator for a number of years. Professor Michaels’ work has appeared in Brooklyn Law Review, Arkansas Law Review, Cincinnati Law Review, and New Mexico Law Review, and he also regularly publishes shorter more practice-oriented pieces in forums such as Law360, IPWatchdog, and Patently-O. Prior to joining the Law Center, Professor Michaels was a Visiting Associate Professor and the Frank H. Marks Intellectual Property Fellow at the George Washington University Law School.
Professor Michaels received, J.D., cum laude, from the New York University School of Law, and his B.S. in Biomedical Engineering Science, (minor Physics), cum laude, from Washington University in Saint Louis.