Sunday Surprises

Whooohoooo! This Kat is so excited for this week - it's World IP Day!

World IP Day Surprise!

Tomorrow we’ll be celebrating the World IP Day, with a colourful project playing with, and often distorting, concepts of IP law.

An original tribute to IP you shouldn’t miss!


The Institute for Information Law organizes an annual intensive post-graduate course on international copyright law. The course will be held online and will extend over a period of five days from July 5 to 9, 2021. More information is available here.

The University of Amsterdam’s Institute for Information Law announces the 8th IVIR Summer Course on Privacy Law and Policy. The course will focus on privacy law and policy related to the Internet, electronic communications and online and social media. The course will extend over a five-day period from July 5 to 9, 2021 and is held online. More information is available here.

On this year’s World IP Day event, IBIL welcomes you to join Daniel Alexander in discussion with Professor Sir Robin Jacob to mark Sir Robin’s contribution to IP law on the auspicious occasion of his 80th birthday. More information on the event is available here.

On 21 May 2021 the European Copyright Society is hosting a conference on “Copyright Challenges During the Pandemic (and Beyond)”. More information on the event is available here.

Inequality through IP: A new policy lever? The University of Oxford is hosting a workshop, covering this topic, on 26 and 27 May 2021. More information is available here.

OxFirst is inviting you to discuss the interplay of IP, Competition, and Public Policy at the 6th IP and Competition Forum, entitled “A New World Order for FRAND”. This event will take place online on 23 to 25 June 2021. More information is available here.

Job opportunities

The World Trade Organization is calling for applications for the 2022 WTO Young Professionals Programme. The application deadline is 29 April 2021. More information is available here.

Sunday Surprises Sunday Surprises Reviewed by Magdaleen Jooste on Sunday, April 25, 2021 Rating: 5

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