Professor Landergan co-directs the School of Law’s IP CO-LAB, which gives law students the opportunity to provide a range of crucial IP-​​related legal information and services to inventors and ventures in Northeastern’s entrepreneurial ecosystem and beyond. She has practiced in international law, general commercial litigation, bankruptcy, constitutional law, civil rights and entertainment law. Professor Landergan has worked in the legal departments at CBS and ABC and an international New York-based law firm. She has provided legal and strategic consulting services for various clients in the media/entertainment industry in the areas of intellectual property, media law, contract negotiation and drafting, employment law, first amendment and pre-broadcast libel review. In addition, Professor Landergan has conducted seminars on sexual harassment. She teaches Entertainment Law and the IP CO-LAB. Currently, she is of counsel to Rich May, where she concentrates on corporate and intellectual property matters.

  • Intellectual Property
  • Entertainment Law