Albany Law School and the SUNY Polytechnic Institute are teaming up to offer law, business and engineering students a program to gain hands-on experience in shepherding SUNY products from the lab to the market. The aim is to learn firsthand how commercializing technology includes not just science and engineering expertise, but legal and regulatory prowess.

To be sure, the announcement isn’t Albany Law’s first collaboration with SUNY. Indeed, since 2004 SUNY’s Research Foundation has offered Albany Law students internships to essentially manage SUNY’s patents. Albany Law is also no stranger to technology, as it recently offered a course for students to create tech solutions for legal challenges. This new venture with SUNY Poly, however, brings students with differing expertise and majors together with the goal of making a technology product purchasable by the public.

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