LAWS 2273 ‑ Harold G. Fox Intellectual Property Moot


Students selected for this course participate in a national moot court competition designed to promote excellence and advocacy in the burgeoning field of intellectual property law. Moot participants have the opportunity to interact with practitioners and judges in this area of law, including leading Canadian and international practitioners and jurists.

NOTE: Students are permitted to take only one competitive moot during their JD.

Prerequisite(s): Intellectual Property Law (LAWS 2178).
Co-requisite(s): None.
Assessment Method: Research, written factum, and moot performance, together with participation as a moot team member both during preparation prior to the moot and while participating in the moot itself. 
Restrictions: Students are not permitted to audit this course.

*This course is unavailable to International Linkages students.