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U.S. Law and Technology

2019 Executive Education Certificate Program

July 14–19, 2019 | Philadelphia, PA   

Who Should Attend

This executive education program is intended for practitioners from across the globe who wish to gain a deeper understanding of U.S. technology law. It is well-suited for international attorneys with 3-5 years’ work experience in their field, as well as high-achieving international law students with significant practical experience. While there is no TOEFL minimum, a firm grasp of English is necessary because all lectures and reading materials are in English.

Curriculum

During this one-week certificate program, you will gain an understanding of the foundations of U.S. technology law and delve into topics such as algorithms and artificial intelligence, Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, and fintech. 

Penn Law will offer instruction in a number of areas of U.S. technology law, including:

  • Patent law
  • Copyright law
  • Trademark law
  • Antitrust in high-tech industries
  • Internet regulation
  • Privacy/data protection

Sample Program Schedule*

Program Fee

$2,750 – Program fee for attending the one-week U.S. Law and Technology Executive Education Program.

$4,550 – Program fee when combining a second week of instruction by applying to the U.S. Business Law for the International Practitioner Executive Education Program (July 7-12, 2019) . Participants accepted into the second week receive a discount of $950 for attending both programs.

The program fee includes all lectures and course materials. Lodging and transportation to and from Penn Law to be arranged by students. 

Application Deadlines

Early bird registration: February 28, 2019 (Students who apply by this date, and are accepted, will receive $250 off the program fee.)

Final deadline: June 1, 2019 

Contact Us

Questions about the program, application process, and admissions can be directed to Lawandtech@law.upenn.edu .

 

*Schedule serves as an example of topics covered by the program.