Courses 2016 - 2017
LAW P 525
Intellectual Property Law Seminar
1-4, Max 4
This seminar gives students an opportunity to explore current controversies and important topics in intellectual property law and policy. The course welcomes visiting speakers from industry, government, and the academy to discuss these cutting-edge issues.
IP Law Seminar P525 for spring 2015 will focus on the theme “The Public’s Innovation and Creativity.” Classes will focus on topics within the general theme, including: the role of the federal government, universities, and NGOs in innovation; the public domain; traditional knowledge and cultural property; open source licensing; and copyright fair use. IP Seminar will be graded primarily on the basis of several short papers that “react” to topics covered in the class.
Course Sections and Instructors
||Schedule - Days, Hour, Room)
||Sec SLN Type
A 16657 IP
B 16658 JD
Room assignments are not posted until 30 days before the start of the quarter and are subject to change without notice.
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