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Intro to Intl IP Practicum (LAW-795-020B)
Introduction to International Intellectual Property Law is taught in two parts and is designed for students to be co-enrolled in each session at the same time. Part II: Practicum will apply the rules and concepts of international intellectual property through a series of in-class exercises and policy debates focused on a select number of “hot topics” in the field – including pharmaceutical patents, copyright in the digital environment, and application of enforcement measures to cross-border trade. Taking both units is strongly recommended for students enrolled in PIJIP’s Geneva Sessions.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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First Class Readings
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The syllabus is available in the following format(s):