Temple Finalist – National Intellectual Property Law Meet


TEMPLE LAW SCHOOL – FINALIST IN THE NATIONAL INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
LAW

TRANSACTIONAL MEET


Congratulations to Temple Law School’s team of Ramana
Rameswaran
, Jason

Lamb and Brian Auerbach,
 finalists in the National IP Law Meet hosted by

Earl Mack School of Law at Drexel University.  The National IP
LawMeet® is

the premier lawyering competition for students, involving
transactional

practice focused on Intellectual Property.  The competition
included teams

from twelve law schools around the country including,
American

University, Drexel University, New York Law School,
Northwestern

University, Santa Clara University, South Texas College of Law,
Suffolk

University, University of Missouri-Kansas City, University
of

Pennsylvania, Widener University and William and Mary College of
Law.


This year’s problem involved a cross-licencing deal for technology
required

to design and construct a mass energy storage facility. The Temple
team

also received first place for the best
draft.


The team was coached by Michael Dunnam
(Woodcock Washburn), Hal Fullmer
’96


(Woodcock Washburn), Professor
David Post
and Assistant Dean Shyam Nair
’97
.