Law 693:  Intellectual Property Clinic - Trademark

The IP Clinic provides students with real-world trademark and patent prosecution experience and is intended as a capstone class for those entering the practice of trademark or patent law.  The IP Clinic includes a Patent Track and a Trademark Track. 

In the Trademark Track, student companies desiring trademark assistance are also referred to the IP Clinic by the TEC.  Each Clinic Participant is assigned five companies and meets with the companies to advise them on the selection of trademarkable matter, performs trademark searching with regard to the selected trademarks and prepares trademark applications.  Completed trademark applications are provided to the companies for filing with the PTO.  Participation in the Trademark Track does not have a prerequisite, but LAW 643 Trademark Law is recommended.

Sequence and Prerequisites: There is no prerequisite, but LAW 643: Trademark Law is recommended.  Cannot be taken with any Law 693, Clinic course during the same semester.

Evaluation: Clinical projects

Course Classification:  Experiential

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