The papers from last June's TRIPs -- Ten Years On conference, hosted in Brussels by the European Commission, have now become available online. The IPKat feels that the word "available" is perhaps a little too strong, since all the papers he's looked at are there in the form of slides alone. This somewhat reduces their value in terms of imparting valuable ideas, but will be convenient for him to use when he next speaks in public on TRIPs-related subjects.

More Ten Years On experiences here, here and here
TRIPs, TEN YEARS ON TRIPs, TEN YEARS ON Reviewed by Jeremy on Monday, October 11, 2004 Rating: 5

1 comment:

  1. At least the slides are available which is more, for the most part, than they were at the conference.


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