The Clinical Law Review has published a new paper coauthored by Professor Victoria Phillips.
“Innovation and Tradition: A Survey of Intellectual Property and Technology Law Clinics” is based on a survey of 72 IP and Technology clinics. The paper takes stock of what IP and Technology clinics were founded to accomplish, how and what they are teaching students, and what clients and missions drive them. It highlights some individual innovations to inspire the community to continue to grow and change. It concludes by assessing what these clinics accomplish, how they are faring on these goals and the role they may play in the future of clinical legal education and experiential learning more generally.