Second-year College of Law student Franklin Graves was selected as one of 12 law students from across the country to attend the 28th Annual ABA Intellectual Property Law Conference in Washington, D.C. As part of the Third Annual Law Student Reporters Program, Graves will report live via social networks and blogs at each conference event on behalf of the American Bar Association’s Law Student Action Group. The conference, taking place April 3 through 5 at the Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel, offers over 30 Continuing Legal Education sessions in addition to multiple networking events. Click here to follow the action and interact with the speakers and attendees leading up to the conference.
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