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Intellectual Property & Entrepreneurship
Focus Areas: Intellectual Property & Entrepreneurship
Intellectual property (IP) law is one of the fastest-growing areas of law. It deals with building the legal foundation for managing innovation and promoting progress, whether that’s assisting researchers working on a new cancer treatment or helping artists and performers protect their music, designs and other creations.
Arizona Law’s IP program is loaded and includes:
- Full and varied IP Curriculum
- IP Specialization Certificate
- Practical Experiential IP Classes and Programs
- IP and Entrepreneurship Clinic
- Participation in national IP Moot Court competitions (patent and trademark)
- Participation in USPTO Law School Certification Program (patent and trademark)
- Hub for the State of Arizona under the US Patent Office Pro Bono Program
- IP Law Review (Journal of Emerging Technologies)
- Running IP Industry Conferences
As part of a world-class research university, Arizona law also works with scientists and technologists across campus to help them protect and commercialize their ideas.