preLaw magazine gives University of Idaho College of Law an A- for Intellectual Property
August 26, 2020
preLaw magazine gave the University of Idaho College of Law an A- for our Intellectual Property track under the Business Law emphasis in the spring 2020 issue. http://www.nationaljurist.com/content/prelaw-spring-2020-issue.
"The best part about the IP classes I took at the University of Idaho and my work in the clinic is that I will start my career already able to provide quality work and insight that I can then continue to build on throughout my career,” said Kendra Ankrum, ’20, Student Counsel for the Entrepreneurship Law Clinic.
The College of Law offers an Entrepreneurship Law Clinic for up to 8 third-year students to provide real-world experiences addressing transactional issues for business owners and entrepreneurs in Idaho. It is one of 50 certified Trademark clinics in the U.S.
Clinic students participate in the development of formation, operating, and shareholder agreements, business formation services, commercial contracts, Intellectual Property counseling, and Patent and Trademark prosecution. In 2019, at the request of a Boise health care nonprofit, Clinic students gave a presentation on IP issues to 150 employees and executives, and throughout the year, assisted 30 Idaho businesses with 1,100 pro bono hours of professional legal services.