The Oregon Intellectual Property Network produces articles written by Lewis & Clark law students on current intellectual property issues in collaboration with practicing IP attorneys. Students benefit from participating through the publication of their article here and elsewhere, and they gain valuable experience working with a practicing IP attorney. Participating attorneys benefit by the publication of articles that address unsettled issues or changes in IP law. Additionally, advising law students is valuable to the legal profession.
Pairing of students and attorney are based upon the student’s area of interest and the attorney’s specialty. Alternatively, students and attorneys may request a specific partner.
For more information, see Oregon Intellectual Property Network.