Two talks of note by professors from the Queen Mary Intellectual Property Research Institute:

* Professor Michael Blakeney will be speaking at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, Russell Square TODAY at 6pm. His subject is "Protection of Traditional Cultural Expression in Asia and the Pacific" and CPD points are available. RSVP (quickly!) to IALS.Events@sas.ac.uk

* Newly appointed Queen Mary professor Graeme Dinwoodie (also of Chicago-Kent School of Law, Chicago, US) will be giving the first talk in a new series of seminars on globalization and trade marks, convened by Professor Blakeney and Dr Gail Evans. His title is "The Impact of Globalization on Trade Mark Law". The talk is at 5.30pm TOMORROW in Room G05 of the Old Anatomy Building, Charterhouse Square, London EC1. Confirm your attendance to Charlotte Knights.

There is no charge for attending either event. The IPKat will be at both events, and hopes you will be too.
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