Intellectual Property Summer Sessions

Washington, D.C. - MAY 28 THROUGH JUNE 16

 

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 fair use, design law, blockchain, 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 CLE credit for practitioners.

Geneva, Switzerland - June 10 Through 21

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.

Summer 2019 Faculty

Jonas Anderson
 

Jonas Anderson
Professor of Law, WCL

Area of focus: Patent law
Full Bio

Teaching: Law-795-201: Intro to Patent Litigation
Jun 3-5 | MTW | 10:00AM-3:00PM | 1 Credit

Michael Carroll
 

Michael Carroll
Professor of Law, WCL

Director, Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property
Area of focus: Copyright Law
Full Bio

Teaching: LAW-795CD-001 Copyright, Licensing, and Open Licenses
May 28-31 | TuWThF | 9:00AM - 12:10PM |1 Credit

 

David Cavanagh
 

David Cavanagh
Partner, WilmerHale

Chair, Post-Grant Patent Proceedings Group
Full Bio

Teaching: LAW-795GR-001: Post-Grant Proceedings at PTO
Jun 14-16 | FSSu | 9:00-5:00 | 2 Credits

Ross Dannenberg
 

Ross Dannenberg
Senior Partner, Banner & Witcoff

Editor: Legal Guide to Video Game Development, and Computer Games and Immersive Entertainment: Next Frontiers in Intellectual Property Law.  
Full Bio

Teaching: Law-795-200: Video Game and Immersive Entertainment Law
Jun 3-6 | MTWTH | 6:00PM-9:10 | 1 Credit

Jonathan Davies
 

Jonathan Davies
Partner, Finnegan

Areas of focus: pharmaceuticals and biologics
Full Bio

Teaching: LAW-795BC-001: Pharmaceutical Patent Litigation
Jun 7 - 9 | FSSu | 9:00-5:00 | 2 Credits

Christine Farley
 

Christine Haight Farley
Professor, AUWCL

Areas of focus: Trademarks, design, and art law
Full Bio

Teaching: LAW-835: Design Protection
Jun 10-13 | TuWThF | 9:00AM-12:10PM | 1 Credit

Eric Schwartz
 

Eric Schwartz
Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp

Areas of Interest: Copyright in the Film and Music Sectors
Full Bio

Teaching: LAW-795EF-001 Music Licensing
Jun 14-15| FS | 9:00-5:00 | 1 Credit

Jonathan Stroud
 

Jonathan Stroud
Chief Intellectual Property Counsel, Unified Patents

Area of Interest: Patents
Full Bio

Teaching: LAW-795GR-001: Post-Grant Proceedings at the PTO
Jun 14-16 | FSSu | 9:00-5:00 | 2 Credits

 

Sanya Sukduang, teaching Pharmaceutical Patent Litigation
 

Sanya Sukduang
Partner, Finnegan

Area of Focus: patent litigation
Full Bio

Teaching: LAW-795BC-001: Pharmaceutical Patent Litigation
Jun 7 - 9 | FSSu | 9:00-5:00 | 2 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

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