The launch event for the new monthly Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice (edited by co-blogmeister Jeremy) takes place at Staple Inn Hall, London (that's near Chancery Lane), on the afternoon of Monday 5 December.

Registration starts at 1.30pm, a full and action-packed afternoon's programme commences at 2.00pm and there's a powerful international panel of speakers on hand - and it's absolutely FREE.

The event will be rounded off with a quite delicious reception, the delicacies being specially selected by the Oxford University Press team of Professional Epicureans ...

The number of places remaining is very limited, but if any readers of this blog are interested in attending, they should email Faye Judges at Oxford University Press if they wish to apply: places will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.
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