News & Events
Alumni Celebration – Lincoln Law School of San Jose
Join us for an evening of fun with friends of Lincoln Law School! Space is limited, so get your tickets now, and meet 100 of your fellow Lincoln graduates for fun, hors d’oeuvres and drinks!
dateline: July 10, 2017
Associate Dean of Intellectual Property – Lincoln Law School of San Jose
Britten Sessions has years of experience at every stage of the patent process, including early-stage IP opportunities, strategic
preparation and procurement of patents and alignment of patent portfolios with business strategies. As a patent attorney at Zilka-Kotab PC, he provides patent and licensing-related legal counsel to groups of all sizes, from individual inventors to Fortune 500-sized companies. Mr Sessions has advised on hundreds of patent enforcement, acquisition, licensing and other monetization transactions. To that end, he has assisted companies in monetizing patent assets yielding over $80 million in returns. Additionally, he has assisted in turning unmarketable pending patent portfolios into viable revenue streams supported by seven to eight-digit transactions.
In addition, Mr Sessions manages the IP department at Lincoln Law School of San Jose, where he also founded and directs its IP Clinic, which is the only non-American Bar Association school to be accepted into the US Patent and Trademark Office clinic program and the only IP clinic in Silicon Valley. He teaches classes relating to IP, patent practice and portfolio strategies. In addition, he has authored several peer-reviewed publications and eight IP-related books. Mr Sessions has been recognized as a lawyer by Super Lawyers (2016-2017) and ‘Top 40 under 40’ by Silicon Valley Business Journal 2016. Further, he chaired the high-tech section of the Santa Clara County Bar Association for the 2015-2016 year. He is also active in the community, providing many free presentations relating to intellectual property every year. While Mr Sessions specializes in every stage of the patent process, one key differentiator is his expertise in early-stage IP opportunities, which combines his talents of early recognition of winning technology, strategic procurement of enforceable patents and development of licensing-focused business strategies from the ground up.
dateline: July 10, 2017
Annual SBA Book Sale
Our Annual SBA Book sale, for all currently enrolled students, will be held on Wednesday, July 26th, and Thursday, July 27th, from 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm. Feel free to bring any law school books you would like to sell with you. Please make sure to write your name and the price you want to sell your book for on the inside cover of the book (on a removable paper). 20% of the sales will go towards SBA sponsored events like Food Nights and the end of the year Gala. Once the book sale is completed, the school will mail you a check for the amount of the books that are sold (minus the 20% that goes to the SBA events budget).
If you have any questions, please email Patrick McKinnie, our 2017/2018 SBA President, at firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope to see you at the Book sale!
dateline: April 8, 2017
Lincoln Law School Sports New Logo and New Website
Welcome to the new Lincoln Law School website! We think you’ll like it – a new look, new logo and easier to navigate. We’ve worked very hard to make it useful and informative to everyone; those thinking about entering law school, current students, alumni and our supporters. Look around and get to know us a little better! Come back often to keep up with events at the school, and feel free to leave feedback and suggestions at email@example.com