20 August 2021
International Intellectual Property Lawonline course
The main purpose of the course is to provide international students a basic knowledge of International Intellectual Property Law, focusing on the principal international and regional legal instruments for the protection and the enforcement of intellectual property rights.
After a short overview of the historical development of international protection of copyrights and industrial rights, the first part of the course will focus on WIPO administered treaties (Berne, Paris, Madrid, Hague, Lisbon, etc.). The second, practical part of the course is dedicated to the case studies with a focus on protection and enforcement of IP rights.
During studies at this course, each of the students will have an opportunity to enhance their legal writing and legal research skills, as well as practice public speaking.
Veronica E. Fridman
Associate Professor: Faculty of Law /School of Legal Regulation of Business
USD 400: Tuition fee
If you are a student of our Partner University we can offer you a 20% discount.