Monday Miscellany

 Let's have a look at some events to fill your diary with...

Let's add "be lazy"
to my diary...


The Center for Intellectual Property Understanding invites you to attend the Fourth Annual Intellectual Property Awareness Summit on the 28th and 29th of April 2021. This year’s theme is ‘Intellectual property and the lives it touches’. More information on the event is available here.


The Research Laboratory of the Center for International Intellectual Property Studies (CEIPI) is organizing an online conference on the theme: "Intellectual Property and Pop Culture", on 26 April 2021, in the framework of World Intellectual Property Day 2021. More information on the event is available here.


The Publications Office of the European Union invites you Endorse, an online event, on “Reference data governance in cross-organisational environments” on 16 to 19 March 2021. More information on the event is available here.


Job opportunities

Jönköping International Business School has a position available for an assistant professor in Commercial Law. More information on the position is available here.


The University of Nottingham has a position available for a research associate/fellow in IT Law. More information on the position is available here.



MinLaw and IPOS are seeking views on the draft of a proposed Copyright Bill (“draft Bill”) of Singapore to be introduced. The draft Bill will replace the current Copyright Act (Cap. 60, Rev. Ed. 2006). More information on the proposed draft Bill is available here and a summary of the key features in the proposed Copyright Bill is available here.


ATRIP's Executive Committee is proud to launch its annual essay competition for young researchers in intellectual property law. The competition is sponsored by FICPI, the International Federation of Intellectual Property Attorneys. More information is available here.

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