Fundamentals of U.S. Law
Fundamentals of U.S. Law introduces law students to the American legal system and the common-law method of case analysis. Students will study some of the most influential Constitutional Law cases to learn how to use case law, synthesize holdings, and predict legal outcomes. Instruction runs from May 12 to June 27th, 2014. Course opens on April 28, 2014 for students to complete essential pre-course tasks.
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Introduction to Intellectual Property Law
This course will introduce students to the main features of modern intellectual property law: copyright, patent, trademark, and trade secret. It covers the fundamental concepts and rules that provide protection for artistic works, inventions, brands, and secrets, and then applies them to emerging controversies involving digital technology. The focus is U.S. law, but international comparisons are included.
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