The Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, part of the University of London, is hosting 2 lectures of intellectual property interest:

  • 2 November 2005 - Professor Michael Blakeney (QMIPRI) on Protection of Traditional Cultural Expression in Asia and the Pacific
  • 8 December 2005 - Clive Thorne (Arnold & Porter LLP) on Industrial Design Rights

For more information see the IALS website.

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