Lambert to speak at IP Law Summer School

Downing College, Cambridge
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Jane Lambert

Earlier this week I mentioned Juris Conferences LLC's Eleventh Annual Investment Treaty Arbitration Conference – Technology, IP and Investor-State Arbitration at the Washington Plaza Hotel in Washington DC on 25 April 2017. I suggested that it was particularly timely in view of the final award in Eli Lilly & Co. v Canada 16 March 2017 which I discussed in the Falling to BITs: the Eli Lilly and Philip Morris Cases 8 April 2017 NIPC Law. I canvassed support for a similar conference on that topic in England and received one positive reply through Linkedin.

The next day I received an invitation from the organizers of the Cambridge IP Law Summer School to speak on the subject at this year's summer school at Downing College, Cambridge between 14 and 18 Aug 2017. This should be a splendid occasion.  The agenda looks fascinating. Some of the country's leading practitioners in IP law have agreed to speak at the event.

This summer school is billed as:

"A unique and robust exploration of intellectual property, from fundamentals to advanced IP enforcement strategy"

and offers the opportunity to

"learn in several different formats during the day… and then reinforce that learning & make new connections with unique networking events in the evening."

There are early bird savings of up to £500 for those who book before 23 June 2017. You can reserve your place here.


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