Intellectual Property Society

Intellectual Property Society (IPSoc) is a group of students trying to help one another network and prepare for the unique world of intellectual property litigation and prosecution. We focus on helping students in the state and beyond in areas of copyright, trademark, and patents. We talk about songs, movies, books, logos, selfies, and cellphones - to name a few things. Specific backgrounds, like a science degree, are not required to practice, so we don't require it either.

Updated 08/09/2017 by OU Law: lawcommunications@ou.edu

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