seminar addresses selected areas of intellectual
property law in which the Internet and new
technologies have posed challenges to traditional
legal doctrines and practices. It also explores the
various legal, technological and business solutions
that seek to accommodate the needs and interests of
intellectual property rights holders, technology
developers and internet users.
Each student is required to make a presentation to the
seminar and write a research paper on a topic approved
by the instructor. The research paper should
constitute original research and be at least 20 pages
paper may be used to satisfy the Advanced Writing
Requirement. No prerequisites are required.