ASU Law – Innovation Advancement Clinic
The Innovation Advancement Clinic is an innovative program that pairs inventors, technology entrepreneurs, tech transfer professionals, and emerging technology companies with some of ASU’s brightest law students.
What students do: Teams of 2-3 law students undertake a wide array of legal services that help early-stage ventures solidify their legal foundations, avoiding many of the mistakes and pitfalls often made when moving technology into the marketplace. Teams are guided throughout the semester by Director, Raees Mohamed, an attorney with Kelly Warner Law.
Additional supervision and guidance are provided by the program’s In-Residence professionals, especially Jon Coury, from the Hool Law Group of Phoenix.
The Innovation Advancement Program Clinic is a one-semester course.
- Credits: six credits (two graded and four pass/fail)
- Pre- or Co-Requisite(s): Evidence, Civil Procedure, Criminal Law & Professional Responsibility
- Required pre class training date and time will be announced and will be the week prior to class.
Students are expected to spend a minimum of 270 hours in the Clinic during the one semester.
- Fall or Spring Semester – 20 hours per week
- 10-15 hours per week on IAP Projects
- 4 hours per week office hours in Clinic
- 2 hours per week seminar
Pursuant to the Statement of Student Policies, Clinics – Externships and Clinics – Students who have applied for an externship or clinic and been accepted may decline upon offer without consequence. However, once a student has accepted an externship or clinic, any student who drops the externship or clinic without prior approval by the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs will be subject to the 12-month ban.
Please see posting and apply via Atlas beginning Tuesday, April 12th through Thursday, May 12th at 9 am. In at Atlas, OCI Jobs and search using “clinics”.
Offers will be made via Atlas no later than Friday, May 13th.