Next Monday, some of this year’s students on the UCL IP transactions course will take a 2-hour exam. The exam asks a series of practical questions about different aspects of IP transactions. It is marked ‘blind’ in accordance with UCL Laws standard procedures, and according to a marking scheme that IP Draughts has produced in consultation with a couple of the other lecturers on the course.
This is the fifth year of the course (and the following exam). In total, about 200 people have taken or taught on the course since it started in 2013.
A date has already been set for next year’s outing of the course – 16 to 20 April 2018 – though the course brochure will not be preparing until later in the year. It is likely to be similar to last year’s brochure, a link to which can be found at the end of a web page here. If you are interested in attending, please contact Lisa Penfold at UCL Faculty of Laws.
IP Draughts wishes the best of luck to those who are taking the exam this year, and looks forward to meeting you at UCL on Monday.