ATRIP 2022 GOING ONLINE 22th-24th of June

IPKat friend Professor Jens Schovsbo, President of ATRIP (International Association for the Advancement of Teaching and Research in Intellectual Property) has informed us that the yearly conference of ATRIP, that would have take place in Copenhagen, Denmark, during the 22th to the 24th of June will be now held online. 

The decision was taken by the EXCo of the Association, in order to give everyone the possibility to continue to share research with the wider ATRIP community. 

According to professor Schovsbo, 

"the on-line format will make it possible for those of you who could not travel to Copenhagen to present and attend. In the light of this, I am extending the deadline to submit abstracts to the end of February. Please submit your abstract to me at the following address: The Call is available at"

It is without a doubt a pity that the conference will not be held in person. ATRIP is a great conference for many reasons, but also because of the opportunity it gives us every year to meet and interact irl with colleagues from all over the world.

Hopefully, however, this decision will make it easier for everyone to participate without taking any health and safety risks! 

See you on the 22th of June! 

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