Monday Miscellany


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John Kimbell KC - Deputy High Court Judge | Character in copyright and the character of copyright: reflections on Only Fools and Horses

The University of East Anglia will be hosting John Kimbell KC on March 9. For more information and tickets, click here.

From Semiconductor to Embracing a Better Life - IP Models for an Innovation Ecosystem at IMEC

4iP Council will host a webinar, in collaboration with the Interuniversity Microelectronics Centre (IMEC), on innovation and how IP models support innovation on March 15. For more details and registration, click here.

More Than Just A Game: London 2023

The Centre for Commercial Law Studies at Queen Mary University of London will be running their annual conference on the Metaverse, the role of IP law, contracts, and regulation in the video game and interactive entertainment centre, from April 19-21, at Lincoln’s Inn in London. For more details and tickets, click here.

Calls and opportunities


Planting seeds for the future of intellectual property law – A conference in honour of Margaret Llewelyn

The Sheffield Institute for Corporate and Commercial Law (SICCL) will be hosting an Intellectual Property Law Conference in honour of Margaret Llewelyn on June 8-9. To submit a proposal for a presentation, applicants must submit an abstract of a maximum of 500 words to by 5pm on 14 April 2023. For more information, click here.

IViR Summer Course on International Copyright Law and Policy

The Institute for Information Law at the University of Amsterdam will be running its annual post-graduate course on international copyright law and policy. The course will extend over a period of five days from July 3 to 7, 2023. For more information, click here.
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