University of Houston Law Center students interested in The Honorable Nancy F. Atlas Intellectual Property American Inn of Court (the "Atlas IP Inn" or the "Inn")

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Please send the following items to Prof. Vetter in an email. Please send attachments in .pdf format only.

1. resume

2. in your submittal email, please give one paragraph describing why you are interested in, and deserving of, membership in the Houston IP Inn.

For ideal consideration, email submittals must be received by September 11 (extended deadline due to Hurricane Harvey). All submittals received by that date will be assessed according to their merits. If more students apply than Atlas IP Inn slots allotted to the Law Center, then preference will be given to students who have not been members of the Inn in the past, regardless of other factors.

Thereafter, submittals will be considered on a rolling basis. More slots from the Inn might open up during the first few weeks of the fall semester. Thus, if you are not initially selected, there still is a good chance you will be able to participate.

Also, to promote membership, IPIL faculty may solicit some students with whom they have become familiar to consider applying.

Please make sure your resume or email states: (1) whether you are a 1L or 2L or LL.M.; (2) whether you are full-time or part-time; (3) your undergraduate major; and (4) your primary interest area (e.g., patent, copyright, trademark, trade secrecy, licensing, privacy, entertainment law, data security, internet law, or information law generally).


This page is posted and maintained by Greg R. Vetter at the UH Law Center; last modified on September 3, 2017