Paul Matthews Speaks with UBC Okanagan Students on Engineering & Entrepreneurship


Lawson Lundell lawyer Paul Matthews, P.Eng. (AB), spoke to a group of engineering students last week at UBC’s Okanagan campus. He spoke to the Technology Entrepreneurship for Engineers class on a variety of IP topics including: IP asset classes, disclosure, the design process, funding, and pricing risk. This class forms part of the entrepreneurship@UBC in the Okanagan (e@UBCO) curriculum. 

E@UBCO supports students and researchers in developing their ideas and bringing the resulting products or services to market. These initiatives are part of a thriving technology entrepreneurship hub, centred around The Innovation Centre in downtown Kelowna, that serves as a nexus point for the university’s commercialization and entrepreneurship initiatives and other independent technology initiatives such as Accelerate Okanagan (AO)

Paul is the Chair of Lawson Lundell's Intellectual Property Group. He devotes significant time to organizations in the B.C. start-up community, including AO and e@UBCO

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