Law General : This course provides an introduction to the concept of innovation, its role in the economy, the institutions that foster or hinder it, the laws that promote or undermine it, and its historical, psychological and social context. Through a combination of interactive lectures students will explore the complexity of the subject and its connections with law, the economy, history, sciences and technology and government and firm policies. In addition, through small group projects, students will deploy and extend their knowledge by applying it to a particular proposed innovation.
Terms: Fall 2021
Instructors: Gold, Richard (Fall)
Restriction(s): Not open to non-law students.
Not open to students who have taken LAWG 537:Specialized Topics in Law 18 (Innovation)