On June 12 and 13, the UCI Law IPAT Clinic hosted nearly thirty technology and intellectual property clinicians from law schools across the country for two tremendous days of discussion, reflection, inspiration, and fellowship at #TechClinicCamp2018. From information-sharing rounds and strategy sessions to presentations of cutting-edge research, the days were full of thoughtful and engaging conversation about social justice in IP and tech, interdisciplinary and inter-clinic collaboration, and strategies to support student excellence, among many other topics. A warm thanks to all attendees for their dedication, commitment, and scholarship – and see you at the next Base Camp!
In January, the IPAT Clinic filed an amicus brief on behalf of the International Documentary Association in the closely-watched de Havilland v. FX Networks case, in which Olivia de Havilland sued FX over the portrayal of her in the hit … [Continue reading]
The UCI IPAT Clinic was recently mentioned in an Above the Law article, which discussed how law school clinics serve as a valuable tool in gaining hands-on IP experience. The article focused on the law school IP clinics that are public-interest … [Continue reading]
Last week, the IPAT Clinic filed an amicus brief supporting the freedom of speech on behalf of the International Documentary Association (IDA) in the California Court of Appeal in the case of FX Networks v. de Havilland. The case is now on appeal, … [Continue reading]
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act makes it illegal to rip content from DVDs, Blu-ray discs, streaming sites, and many other forms of modern media. This harms authors and filmmakers alike because creators often want to incorporate content into new … [Continue reading]