Examine legal issues related to intangible assets.

View Intellectual Property LLM Program Learning Outcomes

Our expansive intellectual property law curriculum offers a range of courses and seminars examining the economic, ethical, and social issues arising from the creation and ownership of intangible assets. All LLM in Intellectual Property Law students must complete the following required courses:

1. Three of the following four foundational classes:

2. The Intellectual Property Workshop Seminar

3. Foreign-trained lawyers must also take:

4. Electives

While the required “core” courses are offered annually, electives change each year as new professors join the faculty, some take sabbaticals, others visit, and new courses are added. During the academic year, LLM in Intellectual Property Law students will earn the 24 credits required for the degree by completing the required courses listed above, and selecting their remaining courses from the following electives:

(S)  Denotes seminar

Subject to change