hosts arbitration proceedings and mediations in a state-of-the-art hearing facility. coordinates the development of model dispute resolution protocols and legislation. convenes thought leaders in the… more »
The training and mentorship that our Externship Program site supervisors give our students is invaluable in preparing them to be ethical, responsible and effective lawyers. We thank you for your willingness to become directly involved with our program. We could not offer this enriching educational experience to our students without your partnership.
The SpringPosium® is an annual Intellectual Property CLE conference co-sponsored by Georgia State Law and the Atlanta Bar IP Section. This conference is the premier continuing legal education conference for IP in the region. SpringPosium® is typically held at a resort within driving distance of metro Atlanta such as Barnsley Gardens.
The Intellectual Property Legends® Award, presented every other year, recognizes individuals who have made significant contributions in the area of intellectual property in the business and legal arenas. Intellectual Property Legends® Award recipients are those who have been role models within the intellectual property community, have displayed the highest level of… more »
Georgia State Law students have a rare 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 real patent and trademark applications with patent and… more »
The annual Hot Topics in Intellectual Property speaker series has been hosting a variety of speakers and thought leaders in the area of intellectual property since its inception in 2004. Past topics have included Internet governance (Steve Metalitz, president of ICANN), copyright law and media distribution on the Internet (expert panel moderated by… more »
The ongoing Corporate Intellectual Property Roundtable® – a partnership between Georgia State Law and the J. Mack Robinson College of Business – provides an exclusive forum for corporate counsel and IP personnel to exchange information, ideas and best practices in the area of intellectual property. The forum meets twice a year, with the first meeting… more »
Georgia State Law and the J. Mack Robinson College of Business collaborate for the educational benefit of corporations interested in maximizing the value of their intellectual property assets. One of the primary initiatives of this collaboration is the Corporate IP Institute®(CIPI), a two-day annual event held at the Georgia State University Student Center.