The brochure for the 2015 outing of our annual course, Intellectual Property Transactions: Law and Practice, is now available. This time, the course is being run slightly later in the year, from 20-24 April.
Run by the Institute of Brand and Innovation Law at University College London, and delivered by approximately 25 experienced practitioners, this course has won two awards: (1) an English Law Society Excellence Award (Highly Commended), in the learning and development category, and (2) a UCL Provost’s Teaching Award, in the CPD course category.
The course provides 29 CPD points and is designed for newly-qualified IP lawyers. It also attracts lawyers, patent attorneys and licensing executives from the UK and overseas. Past attenders have included lawyers from South America, North America, Europe, Japan and Australasia. The course seems to be unique in providing in-depth analysis and discussion of different types of IP transaction, and in combining rigorous legal content with very practical and practice-based training. The course is followed by a voluntary exam. People who pass the exam receive a Certificate in IP Transactions.
An application form for the course can be found at the end of the brochure.