The Intellectual Property and Technology Law Society was formed to educate students about intellectual property and technology law, including trademarks, patents, copyright, false advertising, trade secrets, unfair competition, biotechnology law, genetic engineering law, computer law and space law. The organization’s goals are to inform students about recent developments and court rulings in this area, to generate student awareness and interest in the field, and to explore career opportunities for students in intellectual property and technology law. Through monthly meetings, the society offers students a chance to hear key speakers in discrete areas of intellectual property and technology law. The society also has an “on reserve” file containing information, articles, and statistical information about the practice of intellectual property law and membership forms to various ABA and privately sponsored intellectual property law associations, both local and national.
1303 San Jacinto, Suite 120C
Houston, Texas 77002
|Co Vice President||Rebecca Lindley|
|Co Vice President||Joitza Henriquez|
|Social Networking Coordinator||Vikesh Patel|