Lateef Mtima Esq.

Howard University School of Law
Mtima, Lateef

Lateef Mtima is a Professor of Law and the Founder and Director of the Institute for Intellectual Property and Social Justice at the Howard University School of Law (HUSL). A member of the HUSL law faculty since 1998, Professor Mtima teaches and writes in the areas of bankruptcy and debtors and creditors' rights, commercial law, torts, and intellectual property law, with emphases in the areas of software and Internet issues, and the digital divide.

Professor Mtima serves as the Chair of the Howard University Intellectual Property Committee, which implements the University's technology transfer and intellectual property policy.

Professor Mtima practiced with Coudert Brothers in New York and San Francisco until 1996, and was later Of Counsel to the Philadelphia firm of Klehr, Harrison.

He received his B.S. from Amherst College and his J.D. from Harvard Law School.

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