Curriculum

Promoting education, discussion, research and writing, the Media Center has contributed to the development of a unique program in media law. NYLS students, preparing for a legal career in the fields of communications and intellectual property, are able to build a nexus of roughly 20 specialty courses. Click here for full Course Descriptions.

The Media Regulatory Law Curriculum

  • Administrative Law
  • Antitrust
  • Defamation, Privacy & Publicity
  • Broadcasting Regulation in European States
  • Cable Television Law
  • Computers, Internet, and the Law
  • Entertainment Law: Drafting & Negotiation
  • European Telecommunications and Broadcasting Law
  • Federal Regulation of Electronic Media
  • Mass Communications & Telecommunications Law: Advanced Topics
  • Media Law Seminar & Workshop
  • Sports Law
  • Telecommunications Economics
  • Telecommunications Policy

Intellectual Property Law Curriculum

  • Administrative Law
  • Art Law
  • Copyright & Literary Property
  • Copyright Law Seminar & Workshop
  • Entertainment Law
  • Entertainment Law: Drafting and Negotiation (summer term)
  • European Copyright & Intellectual Property
  • Intellectual Property
  • Law and Technology of Electronic Government and Electronic Democracy
  • Law, Computers and the Internet
  • Patent Claim Drafting
  • Patent Law
  • Publishing Law
  • Sports Law
  • Trademark & Unfair Competition

Media & Entertainment Law

  • Administrative Law
  • Antitrust
  • Broadcasting Regulation in European States (summer term)
  • Cable Television & Telecommunications Law
  • Computers, Information Technology & Law
  • Entertainment Law
  • Entetainment Law: Drafting & Negotiation (summer term)
  • European Telecommunications and Broadcasting Law
  • Law and Technology of Electronic Government and Electronic Democracy
  • Mass Communications & Telecommunications Law: Advanced Topics
  • Media Law Seminar & Workshop
  • Regulation of the Electronic Mass Media