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Welcome to this week's roundup of events, opportunities, and more!
Conferences and Events
This year's edition of the Kraków Intellectual Property Law Summer School for students and young professionals will be held online between 14-18 September 2020, with registration now open.
The third event in the Queen Mary Intellectual Property Research Institute's webinar series on IP Responses to COVID-19 will take place at 12:00 BST on Tuesday, 14 July. Register here.
The Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam is seeking applications by 15 August 2020 for the role of Assistant Professor in Law and Technology with interests including data and privacy law, who would be expected to contribute to teaching masters and possibly bachelor-level courses. Further information can be found here.
University College Dublin has announced a Microsoft Newman Fellowship in Digital Policy in the School of Information and Communication Studies focusing on developing an approach to digital policy, which balances innovation and end-user protection. The application deadline is 30 July 2020.
A position at the University of Oslo as a Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in the ERC project "CREATIVE IPR - History of Intellectual Property Rights in the Creative Industries" is now open for applications by 1 September 2020.
Applications are open until 15 September 2020 for a researcher at the University of Antwerp to look at the application of privacy and non-discrimination principles to the use of artificial intelligence technologies by taxation authorities.
Calls for Submissions
The Interactive Entertainment Law Review (IELR) is now accepting submissions for the forthcoming Volume 3, Issue 2 until 31 August 2020. For more information about relevant subjects and formats, see here.
The Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice (JIPLP) has announced a Call for Articles with a deadline of 30 November 2020 for its forthcoming special issue on Geographical Indications (GIs), which will be published in 2021.
Fans of both law and literature may be interested in a dramatic reading of Barbara Lauriat's play 'The Shilly-Shally Affair', which explores the relationship between Anthony Trollope and Charles Reade following the latter's unauthorised adaptation of one of Trollope's works. With a cast including Baroness Hale of Richmond, the online performance will be shown this Friday, 10 July 2020 at 7:00 pm BST. Register here.
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