LLM IPR - George Washington or Duke


Hi,
I have applied for a LLM with specialization in IPR. I work in policy and research with focus on IPR and Public Health. I have been selected at the following universities:
1. George Washington
2. Duke
3. Franklin Pierce
4. Santa Clara
5. University of Washington
Now it decision time and I am extremely confused between GW and Duke. Any suggestions are most welcome.
Hi,
I have applied for a LLM with specialization in IPR. I work in policy and research with focus on IPR and Public Health. I have been selected at the following universities:
1. George Washington
2. Duke
3. Franklin Pierce
4. Santa Clara
5. University of Washington
Now it decision time and I am extremely confused between GW and Duke. Any suggestions are most welcome.
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JayS2018
I'm in a similar dilemma! Do let me know if you decide and based on what!
Thank you!
I'm in a similar dilemma! Do let me know if you decide and based on what!
Thank you!
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JayS2018
Any guidance would be very helpful. Thanks in advance!
Any guidance would be very helpful. Thanks in advance!
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A$AP Legal
Not an IPR expert and cannot comment on GWU, but allow me two remarks in relation to Duke:
1. Duke's Boyle and Jenkins published an amazing graphic novel (under the Creative Commons license) discussing the history of music in the context of public domain (https://law.duke.edu/musiccomic/). The Center for the Study of the Public Domain has also published other comics that are just as innovative and fun to flip through. The point I am trying to make here, is that I was really impressed by using such unconventional methods to get your academic discussions across - potentially also targeting at non-legal audiences (or at least non-IPR experts such as myself). That is not only innovative but also indicates a faculty willing to think out of the box.

2. The aforementioned Public Domain Center might be a good fit for the legal issues you, deepikayadav, are facing at the intersection of IPR and public health. Just dig deeper into it's faculty research and figure out.

All the best.
Not an IPR expert and cannot comment on GWU, but allow me two remarks in relation to Duke:
1. Duke's Boyle and Jenkins published an amazing graphic novel (under the Creative Commons license) discussing the history of music in the context of public domain (https://law.duke.edu/musiccomic/). The Center for the Study of the Public Domain has also published other comics that are just as innovative and fun to flip through. The point I am trying to make here, is that I was really impressed by using such unconventional methods to get your academic discussions across - potentially also targeting at non-legal audiences (or at least non-IPR experts such as myself). That is not only innovative but also indicates a faculty willing to think out of the box.

2. The aforementioned Public Domain Center might be a good fit for the legal issues you, deepikayadav, are facing at the intersection of IPR and public health. Just dig deeper into it's faculty research and figure out.

All the best.
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LLMinIP
Hi Deepika,
Did u manage to get any scholarship from GW? Does anyone have an idea if they readily grant a scholarship?

[Edited by LLMinIP on Apr 02, 2018]

Hi Deepika,
Did u manage to get any scholarship from GW? Does anyone have an idea if they readily grant a scholarship?
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