UCLA Conference Focuses on IP Law in Developing Countries

Two-day discussion of future of WIPO and controversial Development Agenda

On March 11 and 12, UCLA Law School will be hosting an international conference about intellectual property (IP) law in developing countries. Part of the conference will focus on the controversial "Development Agenda" proposed by a group of developing countries led by Brazil and Argentina.

The conference will include presentations by scholars, government officials and representatives from the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).

For more information, please visit the UCLA Law website.

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