November 17, 2008
Oregon Law Launches “Intellectual Property for Practitioners” Saturday Course Series
The University of Oregon School of Law is launching the “Intellectual Property for Practitioners” Saturday course series beginning January 17. The course, running through April 25, will be taught at the university’s White Stag Building in Downtown Portland.
The series, taught by experienced intellectual property practitioners, will provide practicing lawyers (and other professionals whose work involves intellectual property) the fundamentals of intellectual property law. Classes will be offered on fourteen Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. to 11:50 a.m.
The first course in the series, offered during the Spring 2009 semester, will be a foundational course in Copyrights. The class will be taught by Bullivant Houser Bailey’s Michael Ratoza, a well-known practitioner, speaker, and writer on intellectual property topics, as well as an adjunct professor at Oregon Law.
For more information, visit Oregon Law’s Portland Program Web site.