Science plays an ever increasing role in the courts, typified by everything from forensic evidence in criminal cases to global warming disputes in environmental cases to genome patent disputes in intellectual property cases to prescription drug defects... (2 pts.)
This course will examine both the theory and practice of patent law and, to a limited extent, the law of trade secrets. It will explore the structure of this form of intellectual property protection, the relationship between information disclosure and... Learn more
This seminar will examine the application of a human rights framework to issues of reproductive health and decision-making. The course will begin with the paradigm established at the landmark United Nations International Conference on Population and... Learn more
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