IP and Entrepreneurship Clinic secures patent for disease detection device
When Emma Sirignano, ’15 J.D., first came to Notre Dame Law School, she was initially interested in copyright law. She took the semester-long Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship Clinic class, where she worked on copyright status pieces for a nonprofit client and also worked on trademark applications for clinic clients.
This experience increased her awareness of trademark law and opened her eyes to other opportunities in intellectual property law.
Williams, Charles, "IP and Entrepreneurship Clinic secures patent for disease detection device" (2018). NDLS in the News. 399.