Weekly summary

Once again, it’s been great to see so many of you engaging with the course materials, sharing your thoughts with other learners and showing real interest in the application of intellectual property law, particularly across borders and what it means for trade and commerce in a modern world with rapidly evolving technology.

Many learners have been sharing examples of resources designed to educate people of their rights and responsibilities, on our Law for Non-Lawyers Padlet. Thank you!

All of the contributions demonstrate your creativity and increasing awareness of the many different ways that the law can be communicated to others.

Law for Non-Lawyers on YouTube

If you’re curious to learn about Lloyd’s thoughts on intellectual property law, you may be interested in some of the earlier discussions he’s had that are available for you to watch on the Law for Non-Lawyers YouTube channel.

This is an additional video, hosted on YouTube.

Tell others about your experience

If you’re one of the learners who enjoyed the course and would like to let others know, please consider sharing your thoughts on Class Central or MOOC List, CourseTalk.com, or even FutureLearn learner stories.

Check your progress

As you make your way through the course, you might like to check your progress. You can do this by selecting the Progress tab where you’ll see what percentage of the course steps you’ve marked as complete.

Mark as complete

When you are finished on this step, select the Mark as complete button before moving on to the next step. Continue to mark each step as complete as you make your way through the course.


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Law for Non-Lawyers: Introduction to Law

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