Teams in the Intellectual Property Venture Clinic (IPVC) at Case Western Reserve University School of Law work on numerous cases at any given time. Check out some of our latest news:
- IP Venture Clinic Students Provide Legal Assistance for Local Small Business (Nov. 7, 2022)
- Intellectual Property Venture Clinic Students Gain Real-world Experience While Helping Inventor-Clients (Nov. 3, 2021)
- Law School’s Intellectual Property Venture Clinic Launches Students Careers and Startups (Oct. 27, 2020)
During the 2022-23 academic year, the students in the IP Venture Clinic filed a number of patent and trademark applications. Also, in April 2023, Grant Graham ’23, a legal intern and student in the IP Venture Clinic, filed his own U.S. trademark application for federal registration for the trademark WANDERSTRUCK. Graham started a company for which he took the opportunity to also be a client, filing his own trademark for a company he started during law school. Graham is nearing the end of the application process and anticipates having his own U.S. Federal Trademark Registration in the near future.
Each spring semester, at least one of the IPVC’s professors arranges a trip for IPVC students to attend the International Intellectual Property Program at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) in Arlington, Virginia.