International IP Law

Catalog No.: 439

Course Description:

Provides a basic foundation for thinking about intellectual property problems that arise in an international context, with a focus on patent, copyright, trademark, and enforcement issues. Study of the key principles, agreements, and institutions that govern international intellectual property, and the political economy of globalization and intellectual property. Enrollment limited to students who have taken at least one course on intellectual property or who have the instructor’s permission. Approved IP LLM course. Prerequisite : IP Survey (388)