Collaborating together to help more individuals succeed. 

Wysebridge partners with and sponsors some of the most passionate and resourceful institutions and companies to help individuals succeed in their professional careers.

Meet our partners

Lincoln Law School of San Jose (LLSSJ)

Lincoln Law School of San Jose’s mission is to make legal education affordable, and accessible to adults whose personal commitments or full-time careers might otherwise preclude them from pursuing a graduate-level degree. In 2019, Wysebridge began a pilot program with LLSSJ to bring a patent bar prep curriculum into their education models.


University of Houston Law Center

University of Houston IPIL is one of the nation’s top IP law schools. With a longstanding track record recognized throughout the world for its faculty, scholarship, curriculum and study, UH IPIL continues to bring a measure of excellence to the IP realms. In 2016, Wysebridge Patent Bar Review partnered with The University of Houston’s IPIL. Through this partnership we are assisting IP law students who are interested in passing the patent bar exam.


Kinney & Lange serves a wide range of clients, from Fortune 500 corporations to start-up businesses and individuals. Wysebridge was proud to partner with Kinney & Lange to provide support to their emerging IP/Patent team.

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WATT is an advocacy group for women and minorities in Electrical Engineering, operating as a branch of IEEE’s WIE (Women In Engineering). Wysebridge was proud to become UCLA’s IEEE WATT’s partner and sponsor to begin to develop mentoring programs, educational outlets and financial support to help grow this tremendous endeavor.

Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal

The Fordham IPLJ is one of the top scholarly law journals dedicated to the publication of intellectual property law spanning all areas of the law. In 2016, Wysebridge was proud to become The Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal’s first partner sponsor.

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