The UCI Intellectual Property, Arts, and Technology Clinic is a core clinic in the UC Irvine School of Law’s clinical program. Law students in the IPAT Clinic work to protect civil liberties and support innovation in the digital age, with a special emphasis on freedom of expression. Students advise and represent clients on a range of matters dealing with copyright, media law, trademark, and privacy, among other areas. Through this work, they gain important legal skills while examining the role of the public interest in intellectual property, media, and technology law.
Spring 2019 (L to R):
Back row: Kledio Baci, Amy Thompson, Emily Asgari, Cassie Doutt, Oluawtobi Agbelemose
Middle row: Heidi Wang, Rayan Al-Rubaish, Jaime Allgood, Yingge Ning, Kristina Martinez
Front row: Stefani Mark, Shanxi Feng, Prof. Susan Seager, Prof. Christina Gagnier, Prof. Jack Lerner