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Intellectual Property Law Society Compete in Dade Legal Aid’s Patently Impossible Project

NSU Law student members of IPLS pictured from left to right: Alejandro Ley (Vice President), Samantha Bowen, Shezan Mumtaz (President), Lizza Maldonado (member) and Luis Rubio (Director of Public Relations.

NSU Law student members of IPLS pictured from left to right: Alejandro Ley (Vice President), Samantha Bowen, Shezan Mumtaz (President), Lizza Maldonado (member) and Luis Rubio (Director of Public Relations).

NSU Shepard Broad Law Center’s student organization, Intellectual Property Law Society (IPLS), recently participated in Miami Dade Legal Aid’s 5th Annual Patently Impossible Project at the Miami Science Museum. The event is one of the top rated of the year for the South Florida Intellectual Property legal community. The evening consisted of a silent auction, cocktail reception, and a charity race to assemble a patented invention. Representatives of IPLS competed in the race along with teams from other law schools, judges, patent attorneys, corporate counsel, inventors, engineers, Techies and Start Ups.