Newsletter—February 3, 2016

(1) IP Networking Reception Student Invitation

On Thursday, February 11th, the Career Center hosts the IP Networking Fair from 5–7PM in the Marvin Center Ballroom. Meet with firms and other organizations looking for IP candidates. RSVP at: http://bit.ly/ipnetworking.

(2) AIPLA Practical Training Webinar

​T​he first AIPLA Practical Training Webinar of 2016 is this Thursday, February 4th from 4:00-5:00 pm Eastern Time. Entitled “How Do I Protect That? A Mock Client Interview Identifying Protectable IP in Terms of Patents, Trademarks, Copyrights and Trade Secrets,” the presentation will address the practical intersections of various intellectual property schemes. Even if your law school is not one of the participating schools, AIPLA has made the program free for all academic members. You can register on the AIPLA website.

If you have any questions please feel free to​ ​contact nkalupa@wisc.edu or​ ​aipla.lsc@gmail.com.

​(3) SIPLA Endorses Mike Omboni for SBA Executive Vice President

We are very proud to announce our support for Mike Omboni for SBA Executive Vice President. Mike has long been a friend of SIPLA. He has a track record of getting things done during his 2 years as a Senator. He has always been easy to approach and has helped provide guidance to SIPLA in the annual budgeting process. He is also the President of the newly formed Entrepreneurship & Law Society, a student organization that has a strong relationship with SIPLA due in part to Mike’s leadership. Mike has served on a variety of committees during his time as a senator including as a member of the SBA Senate Student Organizations & Charter Committee. He will make sure the SBA Senate cuts through the red tape, best utilizes all of its resources, and focuses on the substantive issues that will ensure our organization and the SBA as a whole continues to innovate and improve student life at GW Law.

You can support Mike by joining his Facebook event page here!

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