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Intellectual Property Law Short Course

Date: 15 May 2017
Time: 09:05
Organiser: Stellenbosch University and UCT
Location: Midrand
Venue: Accolades Boutique Hotel
Cost: R7000 per delegate

Event Description:

A joint certificate programme presented by The Anton Mostert Chair of Intellectual Property Stellenbosch University & The Intellectual Property Unit University of Cape Town

About: A sound understanding of Intellectual Property Law is imperative to succeed in any competitive environment and increasingly relevant to non-legal practitioners. This course offers a practice-driven introduction to the law of patents, trade marks, copyright and designs, along with illustrative case studies. It will equip attendees with the skills required to identify, protect and promote the benefit they may derive from IP as well as demystify IP law to legal and non-legal professionals.

Who should attend? The course is aimed at everyone with an interest in IP, regardless of prior knowledge in this varied field of law. The course is particularly relevant to those in business development, marketing, advertising, journalism, government, science, engineering, commerce, performing arts, IT and paralegal services. Presenters The course is presented by a dynamic combination of expert academics and specialist legal practitioners in the various fields of IP law and practice.

How to register? Complete the online registration form on the programme’s page or Email or Call: 021 808 9371 (9am - 2pm)