ONLINE - 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, video game, multilateral law-making and much more.

Summer Session courses are available for academic credit to students from any law school, and a certificate of attendance for practitioners.  This year for the first time, due to the impact of COVID-19, all of the courses will be offered online.  This is  an incredible opportunity to attend courses normally not open to students outside the Washington D.C. area.  All timings are Eastern Standard Times. 

More information on the Online D.C. Summer Sessions is available here.

Yuma Building, WCL
Yuma Building, WCL
Prof. Michael Carroll
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PIJIP News

Professor Michael Carroll to Present on Copyright, Text and Data Mining at Online Conference on Resource Extraction

Professor Michael Carroll to Present on Copyright, Text and Data Mining at Online Conference on Resource Extraction

29 Jun, 2020

PIJIP Faculty Director Michael Carroll will present his recent paper on copyright, text, and data mining at an upcoming interdisciplinary conference hosted by New Zealand's Massey University. The online conference, Extraction - Tracing the Viens, will "re-examine extraction and its contested place in contemporary capitalism."

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Prof. Sean Flynn Teaching Online Course on Legal Literacy for Text and Data Mining

Prof. Sean Flynn Teaching Online Course on Legal Literacy for Text and Data Mining

23 Jun, 2020

Professor Sean Flynn, Director of PIJIP, is teaching this week in an innovative online course for text and data mining researchers hosted by University California at Berkeley.

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New Paper by Prof. Anderson Published in William & Mary Law Review - Nonexcludable Surgical Method Patents

New Paper by Prof. Anderson Published in William & Mary Law Review - Nonexcludable Surgical Method Patents

29 Apr, 2020

PIJIP Professor Jonas Anderson's new paper Nonexcludable Surgical Method Patents has been published in the William & Mary Law Review. The paper explores the motivation behind the patenting of a certain class of patents that cannot be enforced. 

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About PIJIP

The Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property (PIJIP) is the internationally recognized intellectual property and information law research and academic program of American University Washington College of Law (AUWCL). PIJIP’s academic programs, including our new LL.M. degree in Intellectual Property, and a first in the nation IP Clinic, offer an unparalleled course of study in the fields of intellectual property and information law. PIJIP’s faculty is among the most prolific and engaged IP faculties in the world. Full-time faculty teach courses in every major topic of the field, including Copyright, Patent, Trademark, Trade Secret, Cyberlaw, and a full array of international intellectual property law courses.