51.1 / SUMMER INSTITUTE FOR INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW

9 – 16 July 2012        Send to printer


Course directors

Vesna Tomljenović, University of Rijeka, Croatia
Adam Candeub, Michigan State University, United States


Course description:

The Intellectual Property Summer Institute provides intensive study in intellectual property and cyberlaw from an international perspective. Building on Michigan State University College of Law's nationally recognized Intellectual Property, Information & Communications Law Program (IPIC), the Institute attracts leading scholars to teach courses in international copyright, patent and computer-related law. The institute offers a unique multicultural experience focused on attracting both American and Croatian students to explore the challenges new intellectual (IP) regimes in integrating economies such as Croatia's.

* Programme offer ECTS credits.


Course lecturers

Ivana Kunda, University of Rijeka, Croatia
Paul Heald, University of Illinois, United States
Stewart Sterk, Yeshiva University, United States
Adam Candeub, Michigan State University, United States


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