April 6, 2022
April 6, 2022
Two law students awarded Seed IP Law Group Founders Scholarships for 2021-2022
Law students Matthew J. Ruppel (Seattle University School of Law) and Hannah S. Avery (University of Washington School of Law) were recently selected as the recipients of Seed Intellectual Property Law Group’s Founders Scholarships for the 2021-2022 academic year. Matthew received a B.S. (cum laude) in Chemistry (2010), an M.S. in Analytical Chemistry from University of California at San Diego (2012), and is a J.D. candidate at Seattle University School of Law. Hannah received a B.S. in Chemical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering, both in 2018, from Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh, PA), and is a J.D. candidate (expected June2023) at University of Washington School of Law.
In 2003, Seed IP Law Group created two scholarships to honor its founders, Richard W. Seed and Benjamin F. Berry. Seed IP Law Group’s Founders Scholarships are awarded annually to students at the University of Washington and Seattle University Schools of Law to recognize outstanding students with a keen interest in intellectual property law. “We recognize that Seattle is a burgeoning region for technology and science. We are proud to support our local universities in their effort to cultivate the area’s Intellectual Property talent,” says Kevin S. Costanza, Seed IP’s Managing Partner.
Seed IP congratulates Matthew and Hannah on being the recipients of the 2021-2022 Seed IP Law Group Founders Scholarships.