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Abstract

[Introduction]: Intellectual property law courses offer law professors the opportunity to teach a subject area rich with complicated statutory and court-made doctrines about which students do not usually have strong or extensively delineated moral views. I It also gives everyone in the classroom a refreshing break from the traditional partisanship of political party politics. Identification as a Democrat or Republican does not provide too much guidance or create too many expectations about a person's views of intellectual property issues, freeing classroom debates from the constrictions that political loyalties impose in so many other contexts.

Publication Date

1-1-2008

Journal Title

St. Louis University Law Journal

Document Type

Article

Rights

Reprinted with permission of the Saint Louis University Law Journal © 2008 St. Louis University School of Law, St. Louis, Missouri.

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