Loyola University Chicago

School of Law


Intellectual Property Law Program

Loyola has a proud history of preparing students broadly for the practice of law, regardless of what their ultimate career goal may be, in order to insure that they will be able to respond to the ever changing needs of the profession throughout their professional careers.

For example, students who intend to litigate intellectual property will have the benefit of a nationally recognized trial practice program. For students who are interested in a corporate perspective, a variety of opportunities are available through the law school's Business Law Center, as well as the University's School of Business. In addition, for those students with an interest in biological or health-based issues, there are synergistic offerings and many opportunities available in the law school's nationally ranked Health Law Institute. Our goal remains to provide a broad based foundation in the law, along with the opportunity to gain exposure to an area of particular interest.

The following table summarizes some of Loyola's courses relating to Intellectual Property and Technology, but as the field itself expands, our offerings are sure to meet the changing needs of the profession.

Intellectual Property Courses

Intellectual Property Legal Writing (1L only)


Introductory Courses (no pre-requisites required)


Advanced IP Courses (pre-requisites required)


Other Options

Technology & Related Courses


Litigation Focus


Corporate Focus


Health/Biotechnology Focus


Other Options


To see our courses related to Intellectual Property click here.