About the Intellectual Property Law Section
The Intellectual Property Law Section provides education and information on federal and state patent, trademark and copyright law issues through seminars, publications, and networking events.
Benefits for members
As a member, you will receive notice of upcoming IP related events, the Section’s publication, the IPLS Proceedings and reduced registration fees at our CLE events.
Our CLE programs include the Annual Intellectual Property Law Institute and the Spring IP Law Seminar as well as support of programming at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office including the Midwest Regional Office in Detroit. These programs provide an opportunity for all members to gather for outstanding educational programming, networking, and some fun. To become a member, click here. Please see ICLE website for the latest CLE programs.
Become a Member and Get INVOLVED!
Take the opportunity to get involved by writing for our publication, presenting at a conference or seminar, or participating in the Michigan Patent Pro Bono Project as a service project of the IPLS.
Calling All Authors—IPLS Proceedings Seeks Contributors
The IPLS Proceedings
features articles that keep section members current on the latest developments in the intellectual property field. The editors report that space for contributions still remains in upcoming issues. So if you have an article or essay that you would like to share with the section membership, such as a comment on a recent case, statute or rule change, an effective practice strategy, or any other relevant topic, please consider submitting your work to the IPLS Proceedings
editor Colin Cicotte, firstname.lastname@example.org
IPLS is Paperless
The IPLS Proceedings is available as an electronic version you can easily view on your computer or mobile devices or save to your computer.