Friday Fantasies

September is just around the corner! With that in mind, here are some upcoming events and opportunities that may be of interest.

August, where did you go...

On the 18th-19th October 2019, the 6th Petar Šarčević Conference on ‘Intellectual Property Rights in the EU: Going Digital’ will be held in Zagreb, Croatia. Guest speakers include: Marko Ilešič (Judge at the Court of Justice of the EU), Vesna Tomljenović (Judge at the EU General Court), Gorana Aralica Martinović (Judge at the High Commercial Court of the Republic of Croatia), Maciej Szpunar (Advocate General at the CJEU) as well as many others. More information can be found here.

Also, the usual reminder: readers can browse forthcoming events by taking a look at The IPKat's Forthcoming Events page here - do check it regularly!


University of British Columbia, Vancouver, seeking professor in law and technology

The Peter A. Allard School of Law at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, is looking to
hire in the area of law and technology (among other areas), either at the Assistant Professor level or
at the level of a Canada Research Chair (Tier 2). The deadline for applications is September 10th,
and the full details can be found here.

Mentoring opportunities

Fellow Kat Eleonora runs a Facebook IP group, which she originally created for her students. Membership is however open to anyone with an interest in IP. Eleonora has now added a 'Mentorship' functionality, which allows the pairing of mentors and mentees, so that younger members of the group can get insights and tips from more experienced members in an informal and relaxed setting. If you are interested in joining the programme, do sign up!
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