In the first part of this seminar, students will read, evaluate both on form and substance, and discuss in class, various examples of law review articles on a range of intellectual property topics. During the second part of the semester, students will research and write a paper on a topic selected from a list of proposed topics or another suitable topic subject to approval by the instructor. The draft of the paper will be presented and discussed in class. Students will also provide anonymous comments on another student’s draft. Students will then produce a final version of the paper, with the aim of producing a paper of publishable quality. Prerequisite: Any of the following courses: Intellectual Property Survey, Copyright Law, Patent Law, Trademark Law, International intellectual Property. Enrollment limited.