YorkU’s IP Osgoode, CIGI forge new partnership to boost innovation

February 27, 2017

IP Osgoode, the intellectual property law and technology program at York University’s Osgoode Hall Law School, has partnered with the International Law Research Program at the Centre for International Governance Innovation to expand student-focused innovation. The new initiative will reportedly aim to support start-up companies, entrepreneurs, and inventors with business issues relating to intellectual property. “We believe the time is right to take the Innovation Clinic to the next level,” said IP Osgoode’s Founder and Director, Giuseppina D’Agostino. “Things are working well here, and we think they can also work elsewhere. Our goal is to help under-resourced inventors make their ideas come true and go to market.  We are grateful to CIGI for helping us in this endeavour, and we’re delighted that this collaboration with CIGI will allow us to continue to offer our students a unique experiential learning opportunity.” YorkU