Courses 2011 - 2012
LAW P501 Intellectual Property Law Core
Credits: 6-8, Variable
This course is an intensive study of the core subjects of intellectual property law: patents, copyrights, trade secrets, and trademarks. It examines the fundamental principles of these bodies of law, their underlying policies, and how the laws inter-relate. It is intended for J.D. students who are or may pursue the IP Law concentration track, students who intend to practice IP law, and IP LL.M. students. Not open to students who have taken LAW E567 Survey of Intellectual Property, or LAW A522 Copyrights, LAW A546 Patents, and LAW E588 Trademark and Unfair Competition Law.