This seminar will serve as an introduction to the work of in-house counsel, preparing students to thrive in in-house roles.
This course focuses on the legislation, regulations, public policy, and case law related to how people share and/or hide personal information.
This course provides a survey of general principles of copyright, patent, and trademark law.
This course provides an intensive and comprehensive study of intellectual property licensing and related contract drafting issues.
This course explores the role of authority in the decision-making processes of the world community, including the constitutive process by which international law is made and applied and public order established.
This course provides an overview of the legal and policy issues raised by the Internet and its use.
This externship experience is comprised of an externship placement with a mentor attorney at a law office and a co-requisite seminar.
This course helps students refine research skills, learn shortcuts, and develop cost-effective and efficient research strategies for intellectual property law related projects.
This course focuses on methods for researching case law, constitutional law, statutes, and regulations in federal and state jurisdictions.
This course introduces students to advanced legal research techniques using both the latest computer technology and book resources.