Intellectual Property Summer Sessions

Washington, D.C. - MAY 26 THROUGH JUNE 21


Each summer, AUWCL’s renowned intellectual property program offers a broad selection of evening, weekend, and short courses. Gain insight into the ever-changing field of intellectual property law, including patent litigation, copyright, licensing, design law, blockchain, music licensing, video game, multilateral law-making and dispute resolution at the WTO and WIPO, and much more.

Summer Session courses are available for academic credit to students from any law school, and a certificate of attendance for practitioners.

Geneva, Switzerland - June 7 Through 20

The Geneva Summer Program on International Organizations, Law and Diplomacy (PIOLD) offers students an in-depth look at international issues through direct contact with experts on intellectual property and international trade law at organizations such as WIPO and the WTO. Further information on the Geneva Program is available here.

Schedule of Classes

Students in class

LAW-795GR-001: Post-Grant Proceedings at PTO
Instructors: David Cavanaugh (Wilmer Hale), Jon Stroud (Unified Patents)
Jun 5-7  | FSSu | 9:00 am-5:00 pm | 2 Credits

LAW-795BC-001: Pharmaceutical Patent Litigation
Instructors: Sanya Sukduang (Finnegan), Jonathan Davies (Finnegan)
Jun 19 & 20 | FS | 9:00 am-5:00 pm | 1 Credits

LAW-830: Fashion & Design Law
Instructor: Christine Farley
Jun 1-4 | MTuWTh | 9:00 am-12:30pm | 1 Credit

Law-795-200: Video Game and Immersive Entertainment Law
Instructor: Ross Dannenberg
Jun 15-18 | MTWTH | 6:00 pm-9:00 pm | 1 Credit

Law-795-201: Intro to Patent Litigation
Instructor: Jonas Anderson
May 26-29 | MTW | 9:15 am-12:45 pm | 1 Credit

LAW-795CD-001 Copyright, Licensing, and Open Licenses
Instructor: Michael Carroll
May 26-29 | TuWThF | 2:00 am - 5:00 pm |1 Credit

LAW-795EF-001 Music Licensing
Instructor: Eric Schwartz (Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp LLP)
Jun 12 & 13| FS | 9:30 am-3:30 pm | 1 Credit

Photo Credit
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