The Entrepreneurship & Innovation Law Clinic (EILC) at the WVU College of Law has developed the Student Intellectual Property Patent Services (SIPPS) pilot program to identify, promote, and counsel start-ups and innovators emerging from non-traditional and educational settings. SIPPS provides West Virginia based student innovators with access to intellectual property related legal services. SIPPS also enables WVU College of Law students the opportunity to receive practical experience advising start-ups.
Resources for Student Entrepreneurs
Interested in learning more about intellectual property and corporate structuring basics for student entrepreneurs? Please visit our Resource Page
Becoming a Client of the Law Clinic
Interested in receiving legal services from the Clinic? To qualify for our services, you must be a student entrepreneur residing in West Virginia.
To apply for legal services, please contact the Clinic for an application:
Phone: (304) 293-0955
SIPPS is made possible by the generous support of the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation.