Saturday Sundries

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Spring has sprung (or at least had, according to this Kat's view from the window of surprise snowfall) and a season of IP events and opportunities awaits. 
Conferences & Events

PermaKat Prof. Eleonora Rosati will be among the speakers at this year's edition of the WS Society's IP Conference, taking place online on 6 May 2021. Further information can be found here.

UNION-IP will host an online panel discussion on 25 March 2021, discussing the impact of Brexit from a UK, US and EU perspective. Register here.

KU Leuven's Centre for IT & IP Law (CiTiP) is holding a conference on Artificial Intelligence and the Law on 5 May 2021, with speakers providing a multidisciplinary overview of AI and its regulation. Find out more and register here

UCL Laws' Institute for Brands and Innovation Law is running a two-day training event on 13-14 April 2021 on IP Terms in Trade Mark Agreements, to be led by Mark Anderson. More information and booking are available here.

Call for Papers

The Annual Law Review Aida has issued a call for papers addressing the topic of “General Clauses in Intellectual Property Law” within the framework of international, European Union, or Italian law. To be eligible for selection for publication in the journal and presentation of the work at Aida's annual conference in September 2021, researchers are requested to submit abstracts by 10 April 2021. Find out more here

Vacancies & Opportunities

The Vrije Universiteit Brussel is seeking a Law and Technology Lecturer, with responsibilities including the teaching of the course Legal, Ethical and Social issues of Artificial Intelligence and the supervision of master's and PhD students. With a deadline of 30 April 2021, further details can be found here.

The EU Intellectual Property Office is presently advertising its Young Professionals Traineeship Programme 2021-22, a year-long professional development programme with applications due by the end of March. More details can be found via EUIPO's vacancies portal here

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