Rising 3L Amber Stiles Receives Benjamin Franklin American Inn of Court Scholarship
May 24, 2012 — Amber Stiles has been awarded the Benjamin Franklin American Inn of Court Scholarship for 2011-2012.
Stiles, a rising 3L, is vice president of the Intellectual Property Law Society and a lead editor of the Drexel Law Review. Her note, "Hacking Through the Thicket: A Proposed Patent Pooling Solution to the Nanotechnology 'Building Block' Patent Thicket Problem," appears in Volume IV of the law review.
The scholarship is the first awarded by the Benjamin Franklin American Inn of Court, which was chartered in 1995 to promote skill improvement, professionalism and legal ethics through collegial discourse and mentoring.
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