THIS ISN’T REALLY ABOUT INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY…


…but it is a cause that is close to the IPKat’s heart. On 1 November the British and Irish Legal Information Institute (BAILII), the IPKat’s favourite source of freely available UK and Irish case transcripts, is celebrating its fifth birthday with a demonstration of the service, series of short talks chaired by Lord Justice Brooke and celebratory drinks and cake cutting (yippee!) The “cost” of the event is a minimum £15 donation to BAILII.

The IPKat congratulates all behind this highly worthwhile enterprise and wishes it continuing success. More fifth birthday parties here, here and here
THIS ISN’T REALLY ABOUT INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY… THIS ISN’T REALLY ABOUT INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY… Reviewed by Unknown on Wednesday, October 13, 2004 Rating: 5

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