US Patent Law Fundamentals (JD-287PL)
This course focuses on current issues and contemporary problems in a given area of the law. Its goals are to analyze important developments in a particular area of law and to help students develop a deeper understanding of that area. Before registration, the registrar will publish the area of the law the course will deal with and the number of credit hours to be given in that semester. The course may be offered for one, two, or three credit hours. This course has prerequisites of Lawyering Skills I and II, Contracts I and II, Criminal Law, Torts, Property, Constitutional Law I and Civil Procedure I.

Course Name: JD-287PL
Departments: Juris Doctor, Intellectual Property
Course Types: Seminar; Advocacy
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Prerequisites: Students must complete the following core classes before enrolling in elective courses: Lawyering Skills I and II, Contract I and II, Criminal Law, Civil Pro I and Con Law I, Property and Torts.
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