IT Law Summer School returns to Cambridge with an IPKat discount

Downing College, Cambridge
If you have been to Cambridge, there is no need to say how beautiful that place is; if you have not been, then it is definitely a place that you must visit. Summertime is also an ideal time, as you would be able to enjoy punting along the Cam, grabbing a scone or two (or three) at The Orchard, and also freshen up your knowledge of IT law.

Our friends at KNect365, in fact, also this year organise an IT Law Summer School from 29 July to 2 August, within the premises of Downing College. 

Now in its 22nd year, this residential course provides attendees with an opportunity to learn from experienced speakers from across industry and private practice about the latest developments in this area of the law.

The other goods news is that IPKat readers enjoy a 15% discount in the registration fee, by using the VIP code FKW82947IPKE. For further information and to book your place, click here.
IT Law Summer School returns to Cambridge with an IPKat discount IT Law Summer School returns to Cambridge with an IPKat discount Reviewed by Eleonora Rosati on Tuesday, April 30, 2019 Rating: 5

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