51.1 / SUMMER INSTITUTE FOR INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW


9 – 16 July 2012   print this page

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