Wednesday, September 13, 2006

USC Intellectual Property Clinic

A joint project between the Annenberg School, the USC School of Law and the Information Services Division, apparently this body gives law students the opportunity to enact real-world change in the field of Intellectual Property litigation through projects such as helping "starving artists" register copyrights and open source licenses. It seems new, it doesn't look like they've done too much yet, but establishing contact with this group could be beneficial for the class in terms of both research gathering and contact building, not to mention the opportunity to get the law school's perspective on IP and DRM issues.
link to IP Clinic site.

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