Innovation and Technology Professionals
The challenges of protecting today’s ideas are daunting, and yet the opportunities unlocked by discovery and innovation compel us to transfer technology into the marketplace at an ever-increasing pace. Scientists, engineers and other technology professionals who understand the basics of contracts and intellectual property, in addition to the more specialized areas of law related to patents, copyrights and doing deals, have a head start in the race to bring the latest innovative discoveries to market.
Suggested Courses for JM Students from Innovation and Technology Professions
First Year Foundational Courses (at least one foundational course is required)
- Administrative Law
- Doing Deals: Contract Drafting
- Genetics & the Law
- Intellectual Property
- Intellectual Property Licensing
- Internet Law
- Patent Law
Emory Law Faculty
Read more about the Emory Law faculty who teach several of the courses listed above.