I recently concluded my first semester of teaching my course Intellectual Property and Healthcare Technologies at Cornell Law School. This was not my first time teaching the course. In fact, I have taught it six previous semesters at the Harvard School of Public Health. However, in the seven semesters that I have taught the class, I am always amazed by what I learn, both from the course material and from the students. Below are five lessons that I learned from teaching my course this semester.
Overall, I really enjoyed teaching my class at Cornell. I hope to take some of the lessons learned from this semester to make the class even more informative and valuable next year.
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