Contrary to what its name may imply, a dark pool is not a sinister invention of criminal investors. Dark pools are obscure, legal, private trading exchanges that can have a significant impact on the market.
Iowa Law has many alumni working in various innovation and business law-related fields. This article spotlights a few of these alumni. Dorian Cartwright, 2001
At the College of Law, there’s a course where students from the law, medical, business, and engineering schools meet up and learn together. The Iowa Medical Innovation Group (IMIG) brings students from all four of these schools together to create, develop, and potentially patent a needed medical device.
Each year, the IBL Center awards stipends to up to four students
On Saturday, March 25 the IBL Center will host a one-day mini-course on inter partes review for interested students. This mini-course will be taught by Phillip Goter, JD ‘2011, an attorney at Fish & Richardson.
Every year, the Intellectual Property Law Society (IPLS) pairs second and third-year law students with first-year members of IPLS to provide mentorship and foster connections between new and returning members of IPLS.