Students Mark Hildebrand and Robert Lerner were named champions at the Region 3 IP LawMeet, held at Baylor Law School on Oct. 21.
The competition judged students’ skill in drafting and negotiating a software development, license and hosting agreement between an education technology company and a company that provides training solutions for home health aides.
In addition to winning the overall regional competition, Hildebrand and Lerner also received the award for Best Draft.
Region 3 included teams from American University, Loyola University Chicago, Houston College of Law, University of California, Berkeley School of Law, University of California, Davis School of Law, University of Colorado School of Law and University of Missouri—Kansas City School of Law.
The students were coached by Ron Karam, co-chair of the Intellectual Property practice group at Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis.
The victory means that the pair will advance to the National Championship, which will be hosted by BakerHostetler on Nov. 4.