Lewis & Clark Law School offers a wide variety of intellectual property law courses. Students may choose among the numerous course offerings to design a curriculum tailored to their individual interests, ranging from an introduction to an immersion into the subject matter. Students can also earn an Intellectual Property Law Certificate recognizing course concentration in this substantive area. The following course descriptions are from the Law Registrar’s website. To help you find your way back to the Intellectual Property Law site, these links will open a new browser window.
Advanced Copyright Seminar
Advanced Trademark Practice and Strategy
Clinical Internship Seminar: Intellectual Property
Copyright History Seminar Cyberspace Law
Information Privacy Law
Intellectual Property Theory Seminar
Intellectual Property Survey
International Intellectual Property Law
Law and Economics Seminar
Patent Law and Policy
Small Business Legal Clinic
Sports Law Seminar
Technology, Transfer & Licensing
Telecommunications Law Seminar
The Intellectual Property Law Program encourages its students to obtain the proper foundation in administrative and business law and litigation practice. For more information about these foundation courses offered at Lewis & Clark Law School, please see the Registrar’s Curriculum page.