This experiential program affords Albany Law students an immersive opportunity to work on-site in SUNY Polytechnic’s laboratories and partner with interdisciplinary teams to understand and work within the technology commercialization process in a university setting. With a heavy focus on intellectual property law and the regulation of new technologies, students will be on the cutting edge of both the law and such rapidly evolving areas as nanotechnologies, quantum computing, and artificial intelligence. Students will enroll in a 2-credit classroom component as well as participate in one of two experiential options: a 5-credit, 15-hour-per-week option and an option to participate in the Intensive through the 11-credit, 33-hour-per-week, Semester-in-Practice (SIP) program (with additional 1-credit classroom component for SIP-enrolled students).
Hon. Harold R. Tyler Chair in Law and Technology; Professor of Law