Charles Dickens's Bleak House will be used in every class. Course members must read this novel before the course begins. We will explore the uses of literature in understanding the theory and the practice of law. At one level, seminal literary texts that... (3 pts.)
The course examines a broad spectrum of issues involving the interaction of art, law and ethics. Topics include the moral rights of artists, issues of originality and mutability in artwork, the protection of architecture and historic buildings, stolen... Learn more
This is a general course in United States copyright law. Some of the specific topics we will cover are the subject matter of copyright, infringement, fair use, ownership, duration and transfer, rights and remedies of copyright owners, and the Digital... Learn more
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