LAW 2719 - Patent Prosecution Externship
This specialized externship is designed to provide students with an educational experience in prosecuting a patent before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), while at the same time offering students an opportunity to apply what they are learning within the context of an externship setting. Students will apply their training in patent prosecution by working collaboratively with practicing industry specialists and expert patent counsel to foster a broad growth of real-world knowledge. Students will work on a variety of matters and a variety of aspects of patent prosecution, such as conducting a prior art search, drafting a patent application, responding to a USPTO office action, and drafting an appeal brief.
Prerequisites & Notes
Patent Law is required, and a degree in a technical area is strongly recommended.
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