Course Descriptions

Trademark Moot Court LAW-666A, 666B

This intensive two-semester course prepares students interested in U.S. trademark and unfair competition law for participation in the annual Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition. The Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition, offered each spring, is sponsored by the International Trademark Association [INTA], and typically involves a problem posing multiple issues of trademark and unfair competition law. To participate, students are required to write and submit an appellate brief during the fall semester, after which they will begin practicing oral arguments. It is understood that the instructor will likely increase meeting times toward the end of the fall and especially at the beginning of the spring semester in preparation for the regional competition.
Teaching This Course
Lecturer in Law
Course Details
Units 1, 2 (3 total)
Grading Options CR/D/F Only
Exam Type Write an Appellate Brief in fall/Present Oral Argument in spring
Writing Requirement No
Skills/Experiential Requirement Yes
Enrollment Limit 8

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