Intellectual Property Summer Sessions

May 29 - June 16, 2018


Each summer, American University Washington College of Law’s renowned intellectual property program offers a broad selection of evening, weekend and short courses in intellectual property law. The courses are designed to deliver training on cutting edge topics in a format to meet the needs of busy professionals and law students.   

Summer Session courses are available to law students from any ABA accredited school for transferrable academic credit. Practicing lawyers may take courses for a Certificate of Completion or Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit. Up to four (4) summer credits may be transferred toward a future LL.M. degree at American University Washington College of Law.

Summer Session Course Offerings

Studemts in class

LAW-795CD-001: Copyright, Licensing and Open Licensing
Michael Carroll, May 29-Jun 1, TWRF, 9:00-12:30
1 academic credit, 17.5 CLE credits

LAW-795DF-001: Fashion and Design Law
Christine Farley, May 29-Jun 1, TWRF, 1:30-5:00 
1 academic credit, 14 CLE credits

LAW-795QQ-001: IP Management and Business Strategy
Claudia Wimbly-Martin, May 29-Jun 1, TWRF, 6:00-9:10 
1 academic credit, 15 CLE credits

LAW-795FP-001: Fair Use in Practice
Peter Jaszi, Jun 4-7, MTWR, 9:00-12:30 
1 academic credit, 15 CLE credits

LAW-795BC-001: Pharmaceutical Patent Litigation/ Hatch Waxman
Sanya Sukduang and Jonathan Davies, Jun 8-9, FSa, 9:00-5:00 
1 credit, 14 CLE credits

LAW-795IN-001B: Introduction to International IP: WTO, TRIPS
Sean Flynn and Antony Taubman, Jun 8-9, FSa, 9:00-5:00 
1 academic, 16 CLE credits

LAW-795CC-001: IP and Mobile Apps
Jon Grossman, Jun 4-7, MTWR, 6:00-9:10 
1 academic credit, 12 CLE credits

LAW-795GR-001: Post-Grant Proceedings at the PTO
David Cavanaugh and Jon Stroud, Jun 15-16, FSa, 9:00-5:00 
2 academic credits, 24 CLE credits

LAW-795EF-001: Music Licensing
Eric Schwartz, Jun 15-16, FSa, 9:00-5:00
1 academic credit, 14 CLE credits

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Photo credit: Washington College of Law, licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0
“PIJIP's summer sessions allow students to focus on current topics in IP taught by leading faculty and practitioners.”

Director, Michael Carroll