Intellectual Property and Technology Proseminar

JD AND LLM STUDENTS MAY ENROLL IN #6926.

The field of intellectual property extends across the boundaries of business, technology, innovation, and law. In this course, students will be introduced to a broad range of IP related topics presented by leading practitioners working at the intersection of law and technology. Topics may include trade secrets, copyrights, trademarks, patents, IP transactions, IP litigation, emerging technologies, intellectual asset management, IP valuation and commercialization. Lecturers may include corporate general counsels, firm lawyers, transactional lawyers, litigators, consultants, tech transfer officers, R&D Leaders, and CTO.

Credits
1
Prerequisites

MSPL, Grad Student, or Undergrad Jr/Sr in CSE or CBS

Course Equivalency

Students may NOT earn credit if LAW 6926 Intellectual Property and Technology Proseminar was previously completed.

Limited Drop
Student Year
Graduate
MSPL
Undergraduate
Grade base
S/N
Course type
SEM