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Saturday, 18 October 2014

Feeling a bit artistic? Here's a contest for you

Charles has already started creating:
what are YOU waiting for?
Today the IPKat is delighted to host a guest contest organised by Kafriend Sophie Stalla-Bourdillon (University of Southampton), who is looking for a logo for the new interdisciplinary Centre for Law, Internet and Culture (iCLIC) at the University of Southampton.

Here's what she writes:

"iCLIC (the interdisciplinary core on Law, Internet, and Culture) is a new research group based at the Southampton Law School, bringing together enthusiastic, eclectic and talented researchers in the field of information technology and intellectual property law. To pierce the veil, it comprises Eleonora Rosati, Micheal O’Floinn, Marta Iljadica and Sophie Stalla-Bourdillon acting as iCLIC’s director. 

A seminar series [details here] will start soon (still open to all speakers curious to discover the beauty of the English south and/or the miscellany of Southampton’s architecture … so don’t hesitate to give us a shout), research days on topical themes are now being included in the agenda, and a conference is in the air (keep your diary free for mid-September … 2015). 

Future IT/IP law students should also keep an eye on the website: we are brainstorming on a new LLM stream with a true interdisciplinary dimension!

As iCLIC is still in the making though, it needs your help. To speak the legalese, we are looking for a distinctive logo. 

Hence this contest: we invite all IPKat readers with artistic skills and some spare time to send us [at s.stalla-bourdillon@soton.ac.uk] their creations by 2 November 2014

The winner will have his/her work reproduced on the IPKat, get a free ticket for the first iCLIC conference and will be most welcome to visit us any time before that! What are you waiting for? IPKat artists, don’t miss this opportunity!"

2 comments:

Andy J said...

I'm guessing that the winning artist might be required to assign copyright in his or her work to the university!

Anonymous said...

A fair assumption Andy J (although I could not locate a definitive answer on the website, I did see this: http://www.southampton.ac.uk/inf/termsandconditions.html )

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