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teaching and research interests

Courses Taught at LSU

Currently Taught

 

Other Courses Taught

Students wishing to specialize in media and entertainment law can choose from a number of electives. I suggest the following courses: Media Law (LAWS 5430, 2 credits), Administrative Law (LAWS 5402, 3 credits), Sports Law (2 credits)  Entertainment Law (3 credits), Copyright, Trademark and Intellectual Property (LAWS 5434, 3 credits), Introduction to Intellectual Property, International Intellectual Property, Internet Law (LAWS 5453, 3 credits), Advertising Law, Computers and the Law Seminar (LAWS 5807, 2 credits), Media Law Seminar (LAWS 5812, 2 credits). Additionally, advanced courses in constitutional law will be helpful.

Courses Taught at CWRU

Research Interests

 

 

 




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