If you didn't get to take all the courses you wanted while in law school, Harvard has a deal for you. Harvard Law School is now accepting applications for its first online course via edX—a new online education venture between six leading universities. The 12-week copyright course begins on January 28 and will be open to 500 students. Applications for a spot in the free class, taught by William Fisher III, director of Harvard University's Berkman Center for Internet & Society, must be received by January 3.
You won't receive any law school credit for the course, but you do receive a certificate of completion. I don't know if they have any plans for a consumer law course.