Indiana University Bloomington

IP (And IP-Adjacent) Course Offerings: 2019-2020

Fall 2019 ##: indicates courses that satisfy the advanced writing requirement **: indicates courses that satisfy the research requirement ^^: indicates courses that meet the experiential requirement B551 Intellectual Property Externship  – Janis, M. B561 Elmore Entrepreneurship Law Clinic ^^ (3) – Need, M. The Elmore Entrepreneurship Law Clinic is designed to provide students the…

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CEWiT Summit: Protecting Her Tech

On Friday, March 1st, the IP Legal Clinic team participated in the Center of Excellence for Women in Technology (CEWiT) 2019 Summit. Their talk, ‘Protecting Her Tech: What, When, and How of Intellectual Property,’ discussed what intellectual property is, how it can be protected, how to avoid infringing the intellectual property of others in this…

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Summer & Fall 2019 IP Externship Opportunities

The application period for the Summer & Fall 2019 IP Externship opportunities is now open for applications. You may apply for all positions through CareerNet until Friday, March 8. Email Casey at cipr@indiana.edu with any questions. All hiring decisions will be made by externship hosts. Summer & Fall 2019 Opportunities: CMG Worldwide IP Externship [Fall]…

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Congratulations to Maurer International Patent Drafting Team!

The Center for Intellectual Property Research congratulates our students Nick Wheeler, Xingyi Tao, and Weichih Hsu (left to right in the below photo) for winning the 2019 International Patent Drafting competition this past weekend hosted by the Detroit Mercy School of Law and the US Patent & Trademark Office Midwest Regional Office. They bested 14…

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Patent Bar and Loyola Patent Fair Info Session

March 7 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pmRoom 213 Members of the Intellectual Property Association are invited to come learn more about the patent bar! Learn about the USPTO requirements to sit for the exam and hear from students who have already passed the patent bar as they share studying tips and strategies. IPA students…

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Now Accepting Applications: 2019-20 Janis Research Assistants

Professor Mark Janis expects to hire one or more research assistants to participate in research projects during the 2019-2020 school year. Rising 2Ls and 3Ls are invited to apply. Projects will relate to patent law, design patent law, trademark law, and intellectual property-antitrust. No prior experience in these subjects is required. Applicants should submit a…

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IP 101 – B-Town Study Hall with the Startup Ladies

February 28 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm Topic: Intellectual Property: What, when, and how? Attendees will be introduced to intellectual property (patents, trademarks, copyright). Additionally, there will be a discussion about what steps should be taken to protect your business’s IP and avoid others’ IP, when to take these steps, and how to take…

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MaurerPoint 2018

On Thursday, Nov. 15th the Business and Law Society kicked off the 2nd Annual MaurerPoint Competition. MaurerPoint is a fierce PowerPoint roulette style competition where professors are pitted against each other. This year our contests were Prof. Madeira, Assistant Dean Anne McFadden, Dean Austen Parrish, Prof. Geyh, Prof. Janis, and reigning co-champion Prof. Orenstein. All…

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