Danielle Conway

Danielle Conway became Dean of the University of Maine School of Law in July 2015.  Dean Conway has earned a reputation as a leading expert in public procurement law, entrepreneurship, and as an advocate for minorities and Indigenous Peoples. She teaches in the areas of Intellectual Property Law, Licensing Intellectual Property, International Intellectual Property Law, Internet Law & Policy, and Government Contract Law.

Articles written by Dean Conway have appeared in numerous journals and law reviews, including the Washington University Global Studies Law Review, Computer Law Review and Technology Journal, Southern Methodist University Law Review, Texas Wesleyan Law Review, and Michigan Journal of Race and Law. She has lectured in the United States, Europe, the United Kingdom, China, Japan, Ghana, Palau, Micronesia, Australia, New Zealand, and Mongolia on topics including globalization, government contract law, intellectual property law, intellectual property licensing, and Indigenous Peoples’ rights.

Dean Conway also has more than 20 years of active and reserve duty service with the U.S. Army, and currently serves as a Lieutenant Colonel.