Two-week course to cover new Chinese IP laws

University College London (UCL) has announced that it will offer a two-week certificate course in Chinese Intellectual Property Law running during September 17-28, 2007.

The course will provide an overview of the the new range of IP laws recently introduced in China. According to UCL, this new set of laws "not only affects new technologies and products introduced by Chinese industry, but it also affects the opportunities and risks borne by foreign corporations which wish to introduce products and technology into and conduct business in China."

The course, devised and supervised by Professors Sir Hugh Laddie (UCL) and David Llewelyn (King's College London), is therefore of particular interest to in-house lawyers from companies that conduct business in China, or European IP professionals who advise such companies.

For more information, please visit the UCL website.

Comments


Related Law Schools

London, United Kingdom 787 Followers 932 Discussions
London, United Kingdom 602 Followers 915 Discussions

More LLM News

U.S. Law Schools’ Consortium to Host Virtual LL.M. Legal Education Conference

Nov 03, 2022

More LLM News

LLM Articles

Law Schools Revamp EU Law Courses after Brexit

Jan 31, 2023

EU law retains its appeal in the UK and further afield, even in light of the country’s exit from the EU in 2020

LL.M. Programs Help Lawyers Keep Pace with Technology Law

Jan 25, 2023

The advancement of tech has presented legal and regulatory challenges for lawyers, prompting law schools to offer specialist degree programs that provide skills for tomorrow’s job market

Online LL.M.s Gain Ground on Traditional Programs

Jan 18, 2023

Students are more satisfied with online courses after pandemic-driven investments in learning technology

More Articles

Related Top 10 Lists

More Top 10 Lists