Protect and promote innovation.
Technology innovations and cultural creativity are important drivers of economic and
job growth in the United States and around the globe.
In this program, you will prepare to protect the intellectual property rights of
innovators. You will build fundamental lawyering skills, a strong understanding of the
technical aspects of intellectual property law, and in-depth knowledge in the legal issues
surrounding patents, copyrights, trademarks and other areas, including cyber law.
Listed among the nation's top 35 law schools for public interest and clinical
opportunities, the college offers valuable practical experiences representing real clients.
Learn business law through externships, a rigorous pro bono program, and clinics, like
the Small Business Legal Clinic, Low-Income Tax Clinic, and Economic Development
Students in this track have opportunities to spend the third year of the program at
the College of Law’s center in Boise, the state capital and metropolitan center for law,
government, business and urban development.