Oxford IP Moot

The organisers of the Oxford International IP Moot have invited all IPKat readers to attend the moot final. They write:
The 2009 Oxford International IP Moot -- hosted by the Oxford Intellectual Property Research Centre (OIPRC) -- will be held on 20-21 March 2009 at St Catherine's College, Oxford. The final will be judged by Lords Justice Mummery and Jacob, and Mr Justice Floyd, and will take place at 2.30pm on Saturday 21 March. Attendance is free, and all are welcome.
A copy of the moot brochure is available here.
Further information about the moot is available here.
Information about the OIPRC is available here.
Directions to St Catherine's College can be found here.
Oxford IP Moot Oxford IP Moot Reviewed by Anonymous on Tuesday, March 03, 2009 Rating: 5


  1. Corruption in the links? Deadline for booking attendance is 6 Feb?

  2. That's if you want to attend the whole thing, whether as participant or observer: the booking form offered accommodation and a swish dinner on Friday night. If you only want to hear the final, presumably you just roll up at 2.30pm on the Saturday - they don't seem to want to know in advance who's coming..

  3. can a member of the public come to this just to observe?


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