The most up to date information about opportunities for law students will be available through the LSAG listserv, so you must join the group (link in the right column) to receive this information. Subcommittee Chairs will have the following responsibilities:
Student Leaders Wanted!
The Law Student Action Group of the ABA Intellectual Property Law Section is looking for some leaders to join our ranks. There are Subcommittee Chair positions available for the following new subcommittees:
To apply, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with: 1) the subcommittee chair position you are applying for, 2) a paragraph detailing about your past or present leadership experience (law school, undergrad, professional associations), 3) a paragraph or two explaining why you want this subcommittee chair position and what you would do with the position, and 4) your resume. Application emails are accepted on a rolling basis and will be considered on a rolling basis.
- Trademark Law Subcommittee — Attend monthly conference calls and report on events and programs that relate to trademark law; survey the Trademark Division of the ABA-IPL for events and programs that would be of interest to law students; connect with and foster relationships with leaders in the Trademark Division; develop and implement events and/or initiatives when necessary to meet the needs of subcommittee members, including subcommittee calls and proposals
- Diversity Subcommittee — Serve as the LSAG liaison to the Diversity Action Group of the ABA-IPL by attending those calls and reporting back to LSAG about events and programs that relate to diversity and law students; survey ABA-IPL events and programs that relate to diversity and keep law students informed about them; develop and implement events and/or initiatives when necessary to meet the needs of subcommittee members, including subcommittee calls and proposals
3rd Annual Student Reporters Program
The ABA Section of Intellectual Property Law hosted its 3rd Annual Student Reporters Program during the 2013 ABA Annual Meeting August 8-11, 2013 in San Francisco, California and during the 2013 ABA-IPL 28th Annual Intellectual Property Law Conference April 3-5 in Arlington, Virginia. A full recap is available on LSAG's blog.
Participants -- 2013 ABA Annual Meeting in San Francisco, California:
Brian Focarino (@bjfocarino) from William & Mary Law School in Williamsburg, VA!
Brianna Ford (@Brie_Zeey) from American University, Washington College of Law in Washington, D.C.!
Caitlin Heaton (@CAHeaton) from Vanderbilt University Law School in Nashville, TN!
Amanda Levendowski (@ohsnapski) from New York University School of Law in New York, New York!
Andrew Orcutt (@Andrew_Orcutt) from University of Miami School of Law in Coral Gables, FL!
Catherine Rucker (@CatherineRuck2) from Golden Gate University School of Law in San Francisco, CA!
Anu Sharma (@ABAStudent4) from Suffolk University Law School in Boston, MA!
Lauren Stewart (@DesignLawLo) from Arizona State University College Of Law in Tempe, Arizona!
2013 ABA-IPL 28th Annual Intellectual Property Law Conference April 3-5 in Arlington, Virginia
Virginia Knapp Dorell (@VKDorellIP)
American University Washington College of Law, 2013 Joseph Esquibias-Engel (@AttornJourn)
Southwestern Law School, 2014 Franklin Graves (@FranklinGraves)
Belmont University College of Law, 2014 Mannu Harnal (@MHarnal)
University of New Hampshire School of Law, 2013 Kathleen Hudik (@KathleenHudik)
American University Washington College of Law, 2013 Zachary Kinnaird (@ZAKinnaird)
West Virginia University College of Law, 2013 Dolly Krishnaswamy (@TTSWebTech)
New York University School of Law, 2015 Lisa Anne Papale (@LAPapale)
Mississippi College School of Law, 2013 Fred Rosenberger (@FredRosenberger)
Georgetown University Law Center, 2013 Dominick Severance (@DomSeverance)
University of California, Davis, 2013 Heather Schubert (@Schubert921)
Rutgers University School of Law - Camden Veronica Torres (@acinorev_torres)
Brooklyn Law School, 2013 Kiley White (@PatentLawKiley)
George Washington University Law School, 2014
Want to be a Law Student Reporter in 2014?
If you are interested in being a participant in the Law Student Reporters Program in the 2014 year (one in Washington D.C. and the other in Boston, MA), please email email@example.com and we will send you the application for the program when it becomes available.
A look back.... 2012 Annual Meeting Law Student Reporters! The ABA-IPL’s Law Student Reporters of the 2012 ABA Annual Meeting: Christine Greve, Danielle Gorman, Adam Thompson, Kiley White, and Emily Katalinich.