The Chicago-Kent College of Law is accepting applications for the position of IP Fellow. The IP Fellowship lasts 1 year, with the opportunity for renewal a second year.
The IP Fellow works with Prof. Ed Lee, the Director of the Program in Intellectual Property Law, in both teaching and administration (e.g., organizing IP events). The Fellowship is especially suited for attorneys interested in pursuing a career in law teaching and allows ample time for the Fellow to write a law review article and attend faculty workshops.
Requirements: JD degree, excellent writing skills, and demonstrated interest in intellectual property. If interested, please email Patricia O’Neal (firstname.lastname@example.org) the following:
- CV with list of at least 2 references;
- Law school transcript; and
- Cover letter highlighting any relevant IP or teaching experience.
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