Intellectual Property

Intellectual Property is one of the fastest growing practice areas globally. With the growth of e-commerce and the advent of new technologies, attorneys in a wide range of practices encounter questions that require basic knowledge of Intellectual Property. The Intellectual Property Track is designed to introduce students to the major substantive areas likely to be encountered in practice.

 

Intellectual Property Required Courses:

Copyright Law (3hrs) 9371

Intellectual Property (2hrs) 9264

Intellectual Property Capstone or Clinic (1hr or 2hrs) 9106 or 9164

Intellectual Property Litigation (1hr) 9125 or Patent Litigation Capstone (1hr)

Patent Law (2hrs) 9223

Trademark Law & Unfair Competition (2hrs) 9221

 

Take at least two courses from the following:

E-Commerce Law (3hrs) 9310

Entertainment Law (2hrs) 9230

Franchising (2hrs) 9276

Information Privacy Law (2hrs) 9222

 

Contact Professor Nichols for additional information. A worksheet entitled "Intellectual Property Track Student Plan" is on page 66.