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Summer Program

The summer program at Bereskin & Parr LLP is designed to act as an introduction to intellectual property law for students completing their first or second year of law school. Tasks are assigned to students on the basis of background, experience, and the special interests of each student. In addition, the firm has a series of training sessions designed specifically for our summer students.

Each student is formally assigned to a mentor who provides him or her with guidance and information, and who works with other professionals in the firm to provide constructive feedback. During the course of the summer term the Professionals Committee will also have discussions with the student regarding his or her progress.
 

 
 

 

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