The Bucerius/UC Hastings Summer Program in International IP Transactions is offered in partnership with the World Intellectual Property Organization, WIPO. Established in 1967 with the mission of encouraging creative activity and promoting the protection of intellectual property throughout the world, WIPO is a self-funding agency of the United Nations.
A joint undertaking of the Bucerius Center for Transnational IP, Media and Technology Law and Policy and UC Hastings College of the Law, this program is designed for advanced students and recent graduates wishing to acquire in-depth knowledge in the field of intellectual property law and IP transactions.
What are the differences between patent, trademark and copyright licenses? What are the major provisions of a license agreement that parties must evaluate and negotiate? What approach and strategy should one use to negotiate such an agreement?
Gain practical know-how and develop strategies for transacting intellectual property across borders and legal systems! Hone your negotiation skills by working with advanced law students and young professionals from different legal backgrounds during this intensive three-week summer course.
All participants who successfully complete the program will receive a certificate of participation and transcript of grades; if you are seeking to have credit recognized toward your degree program, you should explore the policies of your home university in advance of your participation.
EURO 1900 (Rs. 1,52,677)
July 1-19, 2019
Law Students / Young Professionals
For the online application form, click here.
Application Deadline: April 15
For any queries, contact
Bucerius Law School
Phone: +49 40 3 07 06 – 0 (Reception)
E-mail: [email protected]