Pro Bono Opportunities

Georgia PATENTS program

Kean DeCarlo (J.D. ’97) (from left) and Brad Czerwonky (J.D. ’18) assist inventor Bonita Eskridge with a patent application.

Pro Bono Patent Prosecution 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.

Students assist in patent cases, gain hands-on experience in patent prosecution, benefit from working with and being mentored by a member of the patent bar from the local IP community. Participating students also receive pro bono credit, which is recognized at graduation.

Questions? Contact Saba Daneshvar (J.D. ’15).