IFIM Law School is affiliated to the Karnataka State Law University (KSLU) and is approved by the Bar Council of India.
About the Course
IFIM Law School, Bangalore is organising a Three Day Certificate Course on International Intellectual Property Law.
Course Dates: November 22, 2019 (FRIDAY) to November 24, 2019 (SUNDAY)
Intellectual Property involves scholarly works which need to be protected. In the global competitive world, numerous cases of IPR infringement has come into picture which needs to be protected. Thus, to be familiar with the International IPR Laws and protect one’s rights, IFIM Law School has proposed to conduct a Certificate Course on International Intellectual Property by Prof. Irene Calboli, Professor of Intellectual Property Law at University of Texas, USA.
About Prof. Irene Calboli
Prof. Irene Calboli, Professor of Intellectual Property Law at the University of Texas, USA, specializes in Intellectual Property, International Trade, Art and Cultural Heritage Law. A professor of law with two decades of experience, she has authored (and edited) many books, journal articles, and book chapters.
Her current publications focus on overlapping IP rights, trademarks and geographical indications, and the exhaustion of IP rights. Irene regularly acts as Expert for national governments and international organizations. She is an elected member of the American Law Institute and an associate member of the Singapore Academy of Law and currently serves, inter alia, as a member of the Council of the International Law Association (Singapore Branch) and member of the Legislation and Regulation Committee of the International Trademark Association.
She is regularly invited to speak at professional and academic events and has held as a visiting position in several universities in North America, Europe, and Asia. For the 2017-2020 period, Irene has been granted the status of Fulbright Specialist.
22nd November: 1 pm to 6 pm (Friday) (With Breaks in Between)
23rd November: 10 am to 3 pm (With Breaks in Between)
24th November: 10 am to 3 pm (With Breaks in Between)
Introduction to International Intellectual Property Law will host students and Young Professionals from India. The maximum number of participants is restricted to 30 participants for the course. Application will be shortlisted on first cum first basis.
To be eligible for this program, applicants should fulfil the following criteria:
Undergraduate law students
Faculties, Post Graduates and PhD Research Scholars
Interested students, research scholars, faculty members may apply for the course by sending the application form in prescribed format along with an up to date Curriculum Vitae to shivani.dutta[at]ifim.edu.in and principal.law[at]ifim.edu.in on or before 20th November 2019.
Rs. 3000 for Undergraduate, Post-Graduate Students, Research Scholars and Academicians.
Rs. 5000 for Advocates and Corporate Attorneys
The fee can be paid through a Demand Draft or by NEFT.
Name of Account Holder: Centre for Developmental Education
Complete Contact Address: Centre for Developmental Education, #8P & 9P KIADB Industrial Area, Electronics City 1st Phase, Bangalore-560100
Telephone Number/Fax/Mail: 9900067701
BANK NAME: Axis Bank Ltd
BRANCH DETAILS: Electronics City, #8P & 9P KIADB Industrial Area, Electronics City 1st Phase, Bangalore-560100
IFSC CODE/NEFT CODE/RTGS CODE/BRANCH CODE: UTIB0001541
TYPE OF BANK ACCOUNT: Corporate Banking/OD
COMPLETE BANK ACCOUNT NUMBER: 915030028994297
MICR CODE OF BANK: 560211039
International Certificate will be provided after successful completion of the Course.
Applicants must make their own arrangements for accommodation. Many options for reasonably priced Hotels and PGs are available close by.
E-mail: shivani.dutta[at]ifim.edu.in or divyashree.r[at]ifim.edu.in
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