Cyberlaw and e-commerce
The Georgia State College of Law maintains a number of intellectual property initiatives geared towards providing students with a comprehensive education on-campus and beyond.
In addition to the programs and opportunities provided by the College, many students may choose to broaden their experience with support from the Intellectual Property Advisory Board, which can help promote success for current students and graduates. The advisory board is a group of alumni who provide working-world perspective, guidance and social and professional networking opportunities for students working through the program.
Together with the board, the College's intellectual property program creates a strong foundation for students interested in pursuing work in patent law, entertainment law, copyrights, trademarks, licensing, cyberlaw, e-commerce and more.