On October 26, 2016, the third ‘Intellectual Property Cup’ university innovation and competition held by Shnfan Law Firm and China University of Mining and Technology is closed in China University of Mining and Technology. Nanjing University of Science and Technology, Jiangsu University and other universities participated in the grand ceremony. The competition is based on the concept of "Intellectual Property Rights—Begins with Innovation". It recruited 235 entries from 13 colleges and universities in Jiangsu Province. The competition strictly selected the works according to the competition rules, and encouraged award-winning teachers and students to persist in innovation dreams and set off an upsurge of innovation in colleges and universities. From 2005 to 2015, China University of Mining and Technology has undertaken 755 national-level scientific research projects including national “863 Program”, “973 Program” and major national science and technology development projects, and 622 provincial-level scientific research projects; 315 items with provincial-level science and technology award and 3452 authorized patents. The strong teaching research and development strength have enabled China University of Mining and Technology to cooperate closely with Shnfan Law Firm. The model of “college combines intellectual property” is the innovative service model pioneered by Shnfan Law Firm for China University of Mining and Technology. Its essences are rapid response and advance intervention. In the period of patent incubation in colleges and universities, Shnfan Law Firm patent engineers and senior writers will participate in the patent research and development projects of colleges and universities in the form of project members, accelerate the process of patent work in universities, and concentrate the energy of universities on the patent research and development in this progress. By June 2016, Shnfan Law Firm had cooperated with 84 colleges and universities in 36 cities across the country and received high praise from them.