Detroit Mercy Law's International Intellectual Property Law Clinic welcomes new director

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Clinic seeks client applications for fall 2020

University of Detroit Mercy School of Law welcomes David C. Berry as Assistant Professor and Director of the International Intellectual Property Law Clinic.  Professor Berry is an experienced and highly-regarded intellectual property law practitioner and scholar who brings over 20 years of practice experience and 18 years of teaching experience to the faculty at Detroit Mercy Law.

In the International Intellectual Property Law Clinic, Professor Berry will supervise students who advise low-income inventors on how to best protect their ideas.  Clinic clients are selected based on financial eligibility, clinic resources, and the potential educational opportunity of the prospective client matter.

The clinic is now accepting new client applications.  To learn more about the services offered by the clinic or to submit an application to be considered for acceptance as a clinic client, visit the website at https://www.internationalipclinic.com/clinic-application

Questions about the clinic may be directed to Rebecca Simkins Nowak, director, Clinical Operations and Outreach, at 313-596-9404 or simkinrg@udmercy.edu.


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