Greg Dolin, M.D.

Greg Dolin is Associate Professor of Law at the University of Baltimore’s Center for Medicine and Law.  His scholarship centers on Patent law with a specific focus on how the patent regime affects innovation especially in bio-pharmaceutical areas.  His work in these areas includes a number of scholarly articles, presentations, amicus briefs, and Congressional testimony.

In addition to his teaching and scholarly responsibilities, Professor Dolin is a co-director of the Center for Medicine and Law. The center with the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, operates the JHU/UB School of Law Joint Program for Medicine and the Law. The program aims to shift the focus from the courtroom to the classroom by empowering health providers, attorneys and other stakeholders to work together in a collaborative setting on health law issues. Additionally, Professor Dolin is an Associate Director of the Center for Law of Intellectual Property and Technology.

Before joining the University of Baltimore School of Law, Dr. Dolin held visiting appointments in other law schools. He also served as a law clerk to the Hon. Pauline Newman of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and the late Hon. H. Emory Widener Jr. of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. He continues to render service to the Fourth Circuit by representing indigent appellants.

In his spare time, Professor Dolin travels, enjoys museums, opera (to which he regularly auctions off tickets), translates Russian poetry into English, and consults for various Hollywood shows. He also has a real Russian bear in his office.

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