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Law & Technology Institute: Curriculum

Institutes and Special Programs | Law & Technology Institute

 

To earn an LTI certificate, students must complete a rigorous, yet flexible, course of study that provides students with a well-rounded foundation as well as specialized training in communications law, intellectual property law, or information privacy law. For each of the tracks, students must complete three mandatory courses, three electives, and a transition-to-practice course. LTI students work closely with the Institute directors in designing their course of study, choosing electives, and ensuring that all LTI requirements are satisfied.

In addition to coursework at the law school, LTI students are required to gain practical experience through legal externships or, for part-time students, through current, relevant work experience. LTI students benefit tremendously from Catholic University's location in Washington, D.C. As the center of government and law, Washington, D.C. is home to the Copyright Office, Federal Communications Commission, Federal Trade Commission, International Trade Commission, Patent & Trademark Office, and other agencies involved in technology law and policy. LTI students also serve as externs at non-profit organizations, law firms, trade associations, corporations, in congressional offices, and for judges. This hands-on experience exposes LTI students to various practice environments and helps prepare them for the legal marketplace they will enter after graduation.

 

 

Curricular Requirements and Externship Opportunities

Communications Law Track
Intellectual Property Law Track
Information Privacy Law Track
 

Institutes and Programs 
Contact Information

Phone: 202-319-6081

Fax: 202-319-4004

Email: institutes@law.edu

Mailing Address:

Office of Institues and Special Programs
The Catholic University of America
Columbus School of Law

Washington, DC 20064

Constantia Dedoulis
Director of Institutes and Special Programs