IP team in search of a fresh challenge

The IPKat receives many requests -- but this is one of the most unusual.  It comes from a two-person team of intellectual property enthusiasts in search of a new challenge.  If you are an educational, research, administrative or other institution, or a commercial business, with a set of IP needs that fits the bill, email the IPKat here and he'll forward your interest to the team, who will contact you directly.
""An experienced Intellectual Property teaching and research team (with a background both in academia and practice) is looking for a new position and further opportunities to pursue its love of IP!

The team has developed and validated the present LLM programmes in IP at their current university and teaches and researches in IP and related areas such as Information Technology and Internet Law. It has validated and delivered a specialised LLM IP programme to experienced patent and trade mark examiners at the UK IPO, which has been running for a number of years. The team also has experience in e-learning, having developed an online distance learning module for the Asian market. The team has published widely in respected journals on IP and IT issues".
IP team in search of a fresh challenge IP team in search of a fresh challenge Reviewed by Jeremy on Tuesday, April 05, 2011 Rating: 5

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