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Law, Technology & the Arts

ABOUT THE CENTER:

The Spangenberg Center for Law, Technology & the Arts, supported by a $3 million gift from the Spangenberg Family Foundation, focuses on IP, innovation and technology transfer.
Science, economics, philosophy, and the law intersect, and legal issues concerning biotechnology, computerization and the creative arts are explored.
The Spangenberg Center for Law, Technology & the Arts, supported by a $3 million gift from the Spangenberg Family Foundation, focuses on IP, innovation and technology transfer. Science, economics, philosophy, and the law intersect, and legal issues concerning biotechnology, computerization and the creative arts are explored.

CENTER NEWS

From Concept to Company: Law School’s IP Venture Clinic helps launch nationally recognized student startup

From Concept to Company: Law School’s IP Venture Clinic helps launch nationally recognized student startup

Aug 24, 2017
The law school's Intellectual Property Venture Clinic is working with a CWRU student company to bring new concussion screening technology to the market.
Patent Pro Bono Program at CWRU School of Law’s IP Venture Clinic secures first patent

Patent Pro Bono Program at CWRU School of Law’s IP Venture Clinic secures first patent

May 26, 2017
The program assists local Ohio inventors with free legal services to obtain patents for their intellectual property.

Stanton Foundation grant expands new law school lab dedicated to IP law and First Amendment issues

Feb 7, 2017
The Stanton Foundation awarded a $112,000 grant to our center to support the launch of the First Amendment and the Arts (FAA) project, a new law lab offering students curriculum and experience with the evolving relationship between free speech and intellectual property. 
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