The Center for Law and Intellectual Property (CLIP) at Texas A&M University School of Law, in connection with Start-Up Aggieland and the Mays Business School, is issuing a call for presenters for its spring conference to be held February 28, 2014, which will explore the dynamics of the relationship between law school entrepreneurship/IP clinics and university incubators. Proposals are due today, Oct. 29, 2013.
We are now accepting proposals for presentations on a variety of topics particular to working with university incubators, including innovative clinical models and structures; working with student entrepreneurs; collaborations with other entities; working with outside attorneys; remote representation; creative problem-solving; interdisciplinary teams; and insurance and liability issues.
If you are involved in an entrepreneurship clinic that works with a university-owned incubator, come and share your experiences and wisdom. If you are a person interested in innovative ideas in experiential learning, come and join the discussion. If you are thinking about working with university incubators, come and learn.
If you are interested in presenting, please send a proposal of no more than 300 words to Professor Megan Carpenter, Director of Texas A&M CLIP, at email@example.com by October 29, 2013.
Thanks: IP and IT Conferences.