UCI Law’s Student News recently featured IPAT Clinic student Robert Winson in an article detailing his experiences since transferring to UCI. Robert spoke positively about his work in the Clinic:
But what drew Winson to UCI Law was the school’s Clinical programs, and his experience in international business and contracts, plus his interest in intellectual property, which made the IP, Arts, and Technology Clinic, directed by Professor Jack Lerner, a natural fit. Having previously served as a judicial extern to the Honorable Mary Final Schulte at the Superior Court of California, County of Orange, Winson is enjoying his work drafting company formation and trademark documentation for two tech startups, and he has secured a summer job at Brown Rudnick.
“The clinical programs here at UCI are an incredible learning opportunity,” Winson said, “and provide students with unmatched hands-on training to complement UCI’s renowned classroom experience. That, coupled with the unheard-of faculty and staff support,” Winson said, “is why the students, and graduates of UCI Law, honestly do so well.”