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NEW ONLINE COURSE AVAILABLE FOR UNIVERSITY FACULTY AND RESEARCH STAFF: Basics of Technology Transfer

Program Background

The Pro Bono IP Office Hour program was started in September of 2018 in partnership with Stephen Mason ’99 of Dickinson Wright, PLLC, a former student who wanted to give back to the TAMU community. Since then, the program has expanded and currently has attorneys participating from eight different law firms from across the country. Thirty-minute appointments are provided at no cost to TAMU faculty, staff, and students.

The participating attorneys and their associated firms also engage with Innovation Partners in other ways such as offering their knowledge through in-person or virtual presentations for faculty, staff and students.

Upcoming Dates & Participating Attorneys

June 9, 2022

Will be held virtually and a Zoom link will be provided.

  • Denise Mayfield, Dykema – Healthcare, Education
  • Andrew Reed, Carstens & Cahoon – Electronics, Medical Devices, Software
  • Sam Savanich, Womble Bond & Dickinson – Electrical Engineering, Engineering Technology
  • Kurt McWilliams, Womble Bond & Dickinson – Chemicals, Manufacturing, Energy & Natural Resources

Questions?

Contact Beth Deuermeyer for any specific questions, to learn how an IP attorney can help, or to determine whether you are ready to meet with an IP attorney.

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