Daryl Lim is a Professor of Law and the Director of the Center for Intellectual Property (IP), Information & Privacy Law at John Marshall. His teaching and research interests include all areas of IP law, antitrust law, and civil procedure.
As Center Director, he works with a wide range of stakeholders from government, academia, practice, industry, nonprofits, and various student groups within the school. In addition to organizing key events such as the annual IP conference (ipconference.jmls.uic.edu), he has helped transform the Law School into a venue where newsmakers from across the country and around the world regularly speak and interact with stakeholders and students in the IP, technology, and privacy world. He oversees four postgraduate Masters programs in IP as well as in privacy and technology law, all aspects of alumni and partner outreach, and fundraising for the Center.
The Provost appointed him to serve on the University's Promotion and Tenure Committee in 2020, one of nine faculty university-wide. He was also selected to participate in the Faculty-Administrator Leadership Program from 2020 - 2022. He received the Thomas Edison Fellowship award from George Mason University Antonin Scalia School of Law Center for the Protection IP in 2019 and the Microsoft Professorial Fellowship from the Emily C. and John E. Hansen IP Institute at Fordham University School of Law in 2018.