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Legal Research Guides by Course: Intellectual Property Clinic

Course Description

The IP Law Clinic will expose students to legal issues involving copyrights, trademarks, patents, trade secrets, and domain names. Client intake will focus on local individuals and small companies facing legal questions or challenges in the IP realm. Standard work will include assisting clients in drafting or responding to cease and desist letters, seeking and maintaining copyright and trademark protection, and counseling underserved populations (such as local artists and arts organizations) via educational programming and outreach. The clinic will not file patent applications on behalf of any client, and students need not have a technical background in order to participate.

Faculty Who Teach This Course

  • Jacob H. Rooksby (Assistant Professor of Law)

Subject Covered Presently in Collection by

Print Collection

KF2971-KF2983 Intellectual Property - General - Antitrust Aspects - Litigation
KF2986-KF3086 Copyright Law
KF3096-KF3165 Patent Law
KF3176-KF3194 Trademark Law
KF3197 Trade Secrets
KFP330 Pennsylvania Intellectual Property

Legal Research Databases

Copyright Law (General) Sources
Trademark Law Sources
Patent Law Sources
Trade Secret Law Sources
Domain Names Sources

DCLI Webpage Links

  • Primary Legal Research: Case Law, Statutory Law, Administrative Law (contains quick links to our federal and state statutes, our federal and state administrative codes, and federal and state case law)
  • Legal Research Guides: Intellectual Property

Law School Concentrations

  • Intellectual Property

This course satisfies the Professional Skills Course Requirement


 Created by Patricia Horvath