FBT Intellectual Property Diversity Scholarship Fund

Increased volumes of patent filings and more sophisticated intellectual property transactions suggest a promising market for future patent lawyers. Additionally, the patent field is one which has not seen the full benefit of the diversity being seen in law school classes. To boost interest in this niche of law and to encourage students into the practice area, Frost Brown Todd LLC announces the FBT Intellectual Property Diversity Scholarship Fund. As part of the firm’s continuous efforts and strong commitment towards diversity in the workplace, the scholarship is geared toward students in their final year of undergraduate or graduate technical programs in technical fields, such as science or engineering, who will be attending law school, as well as first and second year law students with technical backgrounds. Scholarships of up to $5,000 will be awarded.

The FBT Intellectual Property Diversity Scholarship is intended to assist students financially with fees for books, LSAT classes or applications fees for law school, or the bar review or bar exam. The scholarship application form is available here.