New program starts in September 2015

Uppsala University in Sweden will be offering a new Masters program in Intellectual Property Law starting in September 2015. According to Uppsala's law faculty, the new program "is the only Master programme in Sweden designed for law graduates that goes deeply into the regulation of intellectual property." 
 
The program will be taught in English, and is designed for law graduates from Sweden and abroad. Applications for the inaugural program are being accepted between mid-October 2014 and mid-January 2015. 
 
With this new program, Uppsala now offers three programs leading to a Master of Legal Science, including programs focusing on Investment Treaty Arbitration and International Tax Law and EU Tax Law.
 
 

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