JD Programs in Intellectual Property Law in North America 2020/2021

A Juris Doctor degree is a graduate degree in law. After two to four years in a law program and passing a bar examination, a JD holder may choose to practice criminal, corporate or family law.

The study of intellectual property law focuses on the protection of creative ideas, artistic endeavors and original inventions. Students explore the global impact of intellectual property law on businesses, governments and individuals whose innovations impact and benefit all of society.

Juris Doctor Degree in Intellectual Property Law in North America

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J.D. Concentration Intellectual Property Law Honors

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Students enrolled in the Intellectual Property Law Honors Concentration will receive instruction and training in those subject areas fundamental to the practice of intellectua ...

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