CLIPT recommends that students interested in Technology Law enroll in some or all of the following courses. Descriptions of these courses can be found here.
I. Foundational Technology Courses: CLIPT recommends that students take at least two of the following courses .
- Cybersecurity Law (Law 795)
- Information Privacy Law (Law 768)
- Law Practice Technology (Law 795)
II. Advanced Technology Courses: CLIPT recommends that students take at least three of the following courses.
- Cyberspace Law Seminar (Law 875)
- Civil Discovery in the Digital Age: Law and Process
- Coding for Lawyers (Law 795)
- Electronic Entertainment Law Workshop (Law 881)
- Evidence and Discovery Workshop (Law 872)
- HealthCare Policy (Law 741)
- Law & Biotechnology (Law 857)
- Media Law Seminar (Law 851)
- Advanced Legal Research involving a technology law topic (approved by technology law advisers)
- One of the following Intellectual Property Courses:
- Copyright and the Arts (Law 713)
- Intellectual Property Survey (Law 766)
- Patent Law (Law 761)
- Patents, Trademark and Copyright Law Seminar (Law 867)
III. Experiential Technology Courses: CLIPT recommends that students take at least one of the following courses.
- Legal Data & Design Clinic (Law 800s)
- Attorney Practice Internship involving technology law (approved by the Director of the Attorney Practice Internship)
IV. Related Courses: The following courses are not explicitly technology law courses but may help to provide students with a broader perspective on technology-related legal issues.
- Antitrust Law (Law 700)
- Opportunity Analysis (Law 542)
- Trademark Law (Law 767)
- National Security Law (Law 733)
CLIPT recommends that students take at least two of the following courses.