Created by:   The University of Chicago

  • Randal C. Picker

    Taught by:    Randal C. Picker, James Parker Hall Distinguished Service Professor of Law and Ludwig & Hilde Wolf Teaching Scholar

    The University of Chicago Law School
CommitmentAbout 23 hours of videos and assessments
Language
English
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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4.9 stars
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Rated 4.9 out of 5 of 333 ratings

Very good course. Social media could have been an additional topic.

Greatest course I've seen until now. The professor is both engaging and funny, which makes watching the lessons enjoyable and enriching. Loved it so much I would really love if the UNiversity of Chicago would offer a specialization course in the subject via Coursera.

Interesting course. Takes you through the history of the biggest technology firms, pausing at crucial lawsuits as well as business decisions. I particularly liked the way Prof. Picker draws hypothetical parallels to explain certain scenarios.

One of the most enriching and interesting courses for a 21 year-old Russian Law student contemplating a career in IT & IP Law. I'd like to express extreme gratitude to Prof. Picker and his team for making this course a success!