The UConn School of Law Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship Law Clinic (“IP Law Clinic” or “Clinic”) provides patent, trademark and copyright services to Connecticut’s innovators and entrepreneurs as part of an instructional and experiential learning program. Services are provided by law students under the supervision of experienced intellectual property attorneys and include, but are not limited to, performing patentability and trademark clearance searches and related reports, drafting patent and trademark applications, and interacting with the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office (“USPTO”) in the procurement of U.S. patents and federal registration of trademarks. The Clinic also provides counseling services in regard to copyright matters and assistance with the registration of copyrights in the U.S. Copyright Office.
As part of this instructional program, the IP Law Clinic students apply what they have learned in the classroom to real world situations so as to gain practical intellectual property experience and exposure to a wide array of legal issues that will enable them to be productive IP practitioners upon graduation from law school.
For more information about the IP Law Clinic please visit www.law.uconn.edu/clinics/ip.