Academic Course on International Trademark Law
This course is held during each Annual Meeting. Taught by professors and practitioners from around the world, the course will examine a topic from historical, philosophical, legal, and practical considerations.
Academic Day and Career Development Day
Held during INTA’s Annual Meeting this day presents programming and networking opportunities specifically for professors and students of trademark law.
Annual Meeting Scholarship Program
Five student members have the opportunity to attend the Annual Meeting with a complimentary meeting registration and travel reimbursement up to $500. Students should complete the application and submit an essay for consideration.
Careers in Trademark Law: A Panel Discussion for Law Students
Legal professionals from the intellectual property field offer invaluable advice and thoughts on various avenues for a successful career in trademark law.
Ladas Memorial Award
This writing competition was established in tribute to the distinguished practitioner and author Stephen P. Ladas. The Award is given to the best paper on the subject of trademark law or a matter that directly relates to or affects trademarks.
Pattishall Medal for Teaching Excellence of Trademark and Trade Identity
Established in tribute to Beverly W. Pattishall, a leader in domestic and international trademark law, to recognize educators in the business and legal fields for outstanding instruction in the trademark and trade identity field.
Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition
This annual moot court competition was established in tribute to Saul Lefkowitz whose entire career was dedicated to the development of trademark and unfair competition law. This competition is open to teams of law school students from accredited law schools throughout the country.
Student Ambassador Program
Student members who are interested in participating are chosen to act as INTA Student Ambassadors to liaise between INTA and their law school.
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