I’ll be teaching media law again this summer at UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law’s recently rekindled Intellectual Property Summer Institute. The program was a longtime in-person summer staple of the law school that fell to the wayside about a decade or so ago. Under the leadership of Dean Megan Carpenter and IP Center executive director Micky Minhas, the program was rebooted in 2020 in an on-line only format, as a way to engage students whose summer opportunities were quashed due to COVID. It was such a success we did it again last year, and we’re doing it again this year.
For IPSI 2022, the school is offering an impressive slate of courses, some of which include in person components at the UNH Franklin Pierce main campus in Concord, New Hampshire.
My class, From Traditional Media to Social Media: Current Issues and Events in the Law of Media and Mass Communication (if that’s too much of a mouthful, you can just call it “media law”) will be offered live, online, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:30-2:30 Pacific (3:30-5:30 Eastern), May 24 to June 30.
For more information, visit law.unh.edu/ipsi.