Intellectual Property

Curriculum

Virginia’s courses cover not just the basic forms of intellectual property — patent, copyright and trademark — and common issues of unfair competition, but also the challenges posed by international law and the Internet. Advanced colloquia in property rights offer students a chance to explore theoretical and practical issues.

The following is a list of courses offered during the current and two previous academic years. Numbers in parentheses indicate which academic year(s) the courses were offered, i.e., 2010-11 is coded (11), 2011-12 is coded (12) and 2012-13 is coded (13).

COURSES AND SEMINARS

Advanced Patent Law (13)
Bioethics and the Law (11,12,13)
Communications Law (11,12)
Copyright and Literary Culture in the Digital Age (11)
Copyright Law (11,12,13)
Cybercrime (12,13)
Economic Foundations of Intellectual Property (11,12)
Emerging Growth Companies and Venture Capital Financing: Principles and
    Practice (11,12,13)
Intellectual Property: A Speakers' Workshop (11)
International Patent Law and Policy (11,12,13)
Patent Reform Act of 2011 (12)
Patent Law (11,12,13)
Patent Prosecution (11)
Privacy and Surveillance (12)
Property II (12)
Search Engines (10)
Survey of Patent, Copyright, Trademark (12)
Trademark Law (11,12)
Trade Secrets: History, Theory and Practice (11,12,13)

clinics
Patent and Licensing Clinic I (11,12,13)
Patent and Licensing Clinic II (11,12,13)

 

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