The Georgia State Law Intellectual Property (IP) moot court team won best draft and best team at the Eastern Regional IP LawMeet competition on Oct. 21. They also were selected to compete in the National Rounds, held virtually Nov. 4.
As part of the competition, Steven Williams (J.D. ’17), Seth Meyerson (J.D. ’17)… more »
The Center for Intellectual Property offers programs and events for students that complement the integrated course of study to develop substantive knowledge, hands-on experience, practical skills and professional judgment. These programs and events are designed for networking and community engagement to put students in direct contact with firms, corporations and other future employment opportunities in the… more »
<a href=”http://law.gsu.edu/giving” target=”_blank”><img class=”size-full wp-image-190722 alignright” src=”http://law.gsu.edu/files/2016/10/7-21-16-IP-Giving-Button.jpg”> <h4>Friends & Sponsors</h4> Many of the initiatives and activities provided to students and the community by the IP Center wouldn’t be possible without the generous help of our supporters and sponsors. Your contributions support student scholarships as well as many other educational, professional and academic programs and initiatives.
The IP Law Society, founded in 2000, provides and supports a variety of activities for students, including opportunities to meet IP practitioners, obtain insights on intellectual property career decisions, and enrich themselves in all topics IP.
Gathers regularly to discuss intellectual property issues, listen to guest speakers and track intellectual property developments. Provides access to… more »
2016 IP Career Showcase When: Wednesday, Oct. 26 Times: 2 to 7:30 p.m. Where: Georgia Tech Bill Moore Student Success Center
The Atlanta IP Career Showcase, co-sponsored by Georgia Institute of Technology‘s Center for Career Discovery and Development and Georgia State Law, is for students and professionals seeking a high-growth career. Panels sessions with IP… more »
The Center for Intellectual Property’s IP Advisory Board is composed of alumni and friends of the College of Law, as well as the college’s IP faculty and IP Law Society officers. The Intellectual Property Advisory Board provides leadership, resources, strategy and guidance to the college’s IP program.
The Pro Bono Patent Prosecution program is a collaboration between the Georgia Lawyers for the Arts (GLA) PATENTS Program and the Center for Intellectual Property. The program seeks to connect IP students with patent practitioners to assist with pro bono cases provided through PATENTS.
Georgia State Law students have the opportunity to participate in an externship program with the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. Students spend 10 weeks during the summer in Washington, D.C., at the USPTO being trained and working on patent and trademark applications with patent and trademark examiners.
Summer IP Program Details A four-credit hour… more »