The program will consist of one two-week session. The session will run May 28-June 8, 2018. Classes will be held Monday through Thursday. The program will also include two off-site visits to such IP-related locations as the European Patent Office, BMW, or the DPMA. Study visits are held on the first Friday and second Thursday of the session
Students should plan to be in Munich Monday through Friday, for each week of the session.
Final examinations are tentatively scheduled for Friday, June 8, 2018. Please note that some courses may require final papers or writing assignments rather than final examinations and that professors reserve the right to adjust the examination date. The method of evaluation for each course is indicated in parentheses after the description of that course below.
Students must enroll in two courses for the summer session. Please note that if you plan to apply for financial aid, federal regulations require that you be enrolled for at least 3 credits over the course of the summer. We reserve the right to limit enrollment in a course due to seating capacity. Affected students will be informed if this becomes necessary.
2018 Summer Sessions Courses | May 28-Jun 8, 2018
The Federal Circuit (International Perspective)
Professor John Whealan
Professor Marketa Trimble, University of Nevada, William S. Boyd School of Law
International Intellectual Property Exhaustion
Professor Dan Burk, University of California, Irvine School of Law
Information Privacy Law
Professor Mikolaj Rogowski and Professor Ray Thomas
Note: the order above does not reflect the order by time the classes will be conducted.
- Areas of Study
- Field Placement
- Public Interest & Pro Bono
- Study Abroad & Exchange Programs
- Oxford Summer Program in International Human Rights Law
- Munich Intellectual Property Summer Program
- University of Augsburg Exchange Program
- University of Groningen Exchange Program
- Universitá Commerciale “Luigi Bocconi” Exchange Program
- Research Centers & Initiatives
- Academic Calendar
- The Bulletin