What Your Schedule Might Look Like
You’ll spend half your day in classroom-based courses with your cohort, building throughout the year to cover the legal aspects of entrepreneurship, venture capital, technology transactions, and intellectual property. The balance will include required or elective law, business and technology courses, plus work on team-based projects in Product Studio with students from other Cornell Tech programs.
In the spring, your required technology law coursework continues with advanced studies in corporate and technology transactions, and Internet Law, Security and Privacy. You will also take one or more law or interdisciplinary electives, and work with your engineering and business colleagues in either Startup Studio or BigCo Studio.
Past Program Courses
This listing represents courses that have been offered as part of the program in prior years. Specific courses are subject to change and may not be available every year. To see what is being offered in the current year, please refer to the Cornell University Class Roster.
Fundamentals of Modern Software
High-Growth Corporate Transactions
Intellectual Property Law
Internet, Privacy, and Cybersecurity Law
Technology Transactions II
Please see the Studio Curriculum for more details.
Select any courses from LAW. Please see the Class Roster for more details.
Delivering Legal Services through Technology – Legal Tech Insights & App-Building Skills
Digital Health Law
In-House Lawyers: Day-to-Day, Deals and Managing a Crisis
Lifecycle of a Venture-Funded Tech Startup: Business Issues and Legal Considerations
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