Cheyenne came to the program as an engineer and aspiring entrepreneur. Since starting the program in the fall, she has immersed herself in entrepreneurship and IP-focused classes and co-curriculars. Read on to learn more about her student organization involvement!
Student Organizations that you represent:
Intellectual Property Law Society (IPLS) & Women’s Leadership Coalition (WLC)
Why did you get involved with these student organizations?
I got involved with IPLS and WLC to connect with the engineering and female Law School communities, represent the interests of my MSL peers, and take advantage of the opportunities for professional development, mentorship, and community service.
What are your roles within the organizations?
For both organizations, I serve as the MSL liaison, representing MSL interests at board meetings and organizing events tailored to MSL students.
What has been your favorite part of being involved with these organizations?
My favorite part of being involved with IPLS and WLC is collaborating with students from diverse backgrounds and programs like JD, LLM, and JD-MBA.
Did you have any interesting/exciting events this year?
In early March, we held an MSL-IPLS co-sponsored event to demystify Patent Bar qualifications, preparation, and career paths.