Intellectual property lawyers practice in law firms, companies, and government agencies. They assist clients with legal issues involving patents, copyrights, trademarks, licensing, and trade secrets. Sports, entertainment, and technology/computer law are all closely related practice areas.
The Chase curriculum requires foundational courses for all students and offers additional courses for specialized expertise.
Property I & II are tested on the Multistate Bar Examination and essay sections of the bar examination in most states. Intellectual property and patent law topics are not specifically tested on the bar examination in Kentucky, Indiana, or Ohio. Patent law topics are tested on the Patent Bar Exam, which is a separate, optional bar examination for those desiring to prosecute patent applications before the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office.
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