Congratulations on completing finals!
We encourage you to apply NOW for the Palmer Center for Entrepreneurship and the Law!
The program is meant to provide two years of experience and benefit within the Palmer Center, therefore it is strongly suggested that you apply between your first and second year of law school. The objective of the Center is to provide both an educational background and networking opportunities for students interested in the potential for an entrepreneurial minded legal career. We want to see Palmer Fellows successfully complete the program and earn a certificate, but we also hope and expect that students will contribute back to the Center itself.
Please keep in mind that while we do not admit Fellows on a rolling basis we will give greater consideration to earlier applications. However, we do consider all applications filed by this year’s deadline of Thursday, July 20th.
· You may find information about the certificate program courses here: http://law.pepperdine.edu/palmer-center/courses/
· You may find details of the application process, the course grid, and requirements here: http://law.pepperdine.edu/palmer-center/apply/
See below for an overview of the academic requirements for the Certificate.
Are you interested in entrepreneurship, business, finance, real estate, intellectual property, entertainment or technology?
Consider a Palmer Center Certificate in Entrepreneurship and the Law
12 units to complete certificate
Required Core Courses:
Entrepreneurship Practicum (LAW 2403)-2 units
Intellectual Property Survey (LAW 2512)-3 units
(Note: this requirement is waived for students in Elective Track I or II who complete any of the following: Patent Law (LAW 1832), Trademarks (LAW 922), or Copyright Law (LAW 912), and is waived for student in Elective Track III who complete at least 10 elective units in Track III.)
Elective units from one of three tracks:
Track I: Intellectual Property, Entertainment, and Technology
Track II: Business and Finance
Track III: Real Estate
Submit your application to become a Palmer Center Fellow by the deadline of July 20, 2017