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Intellectual Property:

Intellectual Property is one of the fastest growing practice areas globally. The Intellectual Property area of concentration is designed to introduce students to the major substantive areas likely to be encountered in practice.

Students choosing to concentrate in Intellectual Property must complete the following courses:

Course NameCredit Hours
Copyright Law3
E-Commerce Law3
Intellectual Property I3
Intellectual Property II: Advanced Trademark Practice & Litigation2
Patent Litigation1
Patent Law & Drafting3
Intellectual Property Capstone**1 or 2

The culminating experience in this area of concentration is the Intellectual Property Capstone.

This capstone course will focus on skills development, which will provide students the opportunity to both learn how to conduct an appropriate client analysis as well as apply substantive law to the drafting, reviewing and negotiating of intellectual property-related agreements.

Students must also complete four hours from among the following courses:

Course NameCredit Hours
Antitrust Law2
Consumer Protection3
Information Privacy Law2
Sports Law3

For more information, see Professors Nichols or Swenson.

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