College of Law > About > News > IP students selected to report on ABA conference
By DePaul University College of Law /
March 27, 2014 /
Posted in: Intellectual Property Law, Student News /
Rachael Dickson (JD '15) and Matthew Zuziak (JD '16, BS/MS '10) are two of 12 students recently selected to participate in the Annual Law Student Reporters Program of the American Bar Association Section of Intellectual Property Law (ABA-IPL). As participants in this program, they will attend the 29th Annual Intellectual Property Law Conference in Arlington, Virginia, from April 2 to 4, 2014 to report on legal programming via Twitter and blog entries. DePaul is the only school with two representatives selected to participate and the only Chicago school represented in the Student Reporters Program.
"This honor is one that recognizes the students' abilities and potential for future leadership in the ABA-IPL and offers opportunities for growth in the substantive practice of IP law," said Krystle Brown, chair of the ABA-IPL Law Student Action Group.
Zuziak, who majored in biochemistry at DePaul, currently works in the department of chemistry as a lab manager and adjunct professor. He will be live tweeting from @matt_zuziak. Read more about Zuziak on his ABA-IPL profile page.
Dickson is a former journalist with a BA in History from George Mason University who has served on the boards for Phi Alpha Delta and OUTlaws at DePaul. She externs in the Mortgage and Foreclosure section of the Chancery Court of Cook County. She will be live tweeting from @LegallySparkly. Find out more about Dickson on her ABA-IPL profile page.