Check out my colleague and friend Brian Frye’s excellent new syllabus for his Intellectual Property Theory course. The focus of his course is not so much on the substance of IP law (black letter law and cases) but rather on teaching students how to think about writing legal scholarship. For my part, I like the focus of this course because in my experience the most important (and the most challenging) aspect of legal scholarship is the idea of a research contribution. (See, for example, this paper by Yves Gendron.) Two cheers for Professor Frye!
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