Queen’s to offer Taylor Swift law course

Queen’s University School of Law will offer a Taylor-Swift-focused law course this Fall as an upper-year elective. The course focuses on entertainment law, using examples from Swift’s career to illustrate relevant legal and business principles in the areas of contracts, policies, trademarks, privacy, and copyright. “I recognize that historical ideas have a lot of relevance today […] But I also recognize that today’s students are going to be applying legal and business principles in a contemporary setting,” said Queen’s School of Law Associate Dean Mohamed Khimji. “There is value in making course material relatable, which is what this course is really trying to do.” Queen’s added that it is the first Canadian university to offer a Swift-focused law course.

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