Innovation and Entrepreneurship Courses

At Pitt Law and at partner institutions, the Innovation Practice Institute coordinates courses and curriculum focusing on innovation and entrepreneurship.

Many of these are collected into Pitt Law's Intellectual Property and Innovation Law Area of Concentration, which is described here.

Relevant courses include:
  • Copyright Law
  • Trademark Law, including Trademark Law Practice (Prosecution)
  • Patent Law, including Patent Law Practice (Prosecution) and Litigation
  • Intellectual Property Licensing
  • Cyberspace and the Law
  • Cybercrime
  • Cybersecurity and Privacy Regulation
  • Artificial Intelligence and Legal Reasoning
  • Biotechnology Law
  • Telecommunications Law
  • Law & Entrepreneurship (cross-listed with Pitt’s Katz Graduate School of Business)
  • Law, Entertainment & Social Enterprise Practicum
  • Commercializing New Technologies (cross-listed with Pitt’s Katz Graduate School of Business)
  • Understanding the Legal Services Marketplace
  • In-House Counsel in Modern Corporations
  • New Technology Commercialization: Public Policy Strategies (offered through Carnegie Mellon University's School of Engineering and Public Policy (EPP)
  • Design & Policy for Humanitarian Impact (offered through Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College)