IP Law Summer School returns to beautiful Cambridge

Punting along the Cam:
a favourite summer pastime
Cambridge + IP + summer = the perfect combination! As IPKat readers know, every year this picturesque town hosts a summer school devoted to all things IP.

This year’s residential course will take place between 12 and 16 August, and will allow delegates to cover all the main IP rights. Over 35 international speakers will discuss various issues, ranging from the requirements for IP protection to enforcement strategies in increasingly complex scenarios.

In addition, different networking activities are planned each day.

Our friends at KNect365 also wish to let IPKat readers know that it is possible to register and enjoy an IPKat 15% discount on the registration fee. For further information and to register, just click here.
IP Law Summer School returns to beautiful Cambridge IP Law Summer School returns to beautiful Cambridge Reviewed by Eleonora Rosati on Monday, March 04, 2019 Rating: 5

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