John Marshall Offers 2012 China IP Summer Program

Dec. 20 – Yahoo! Finance

For the fifth consecutive year, the Center for Intellectual Property Law and Chinese Intellectual Property Resource Center at the John Marshall Law School are offering students its successful IP summer program in Beijing from June 4 through 30, 2012, in cooperation with Institute of International Intellectual Property of Peking University.

The four-week program focuses on the growing role of China in intellectual property (IP) law, of which John Marshall is now a leader in through the establishment of the Chinese IP Resource Center in 2009. The summer courses will emphasize Chinese laws and legal institutions governing IP, as well as transnational border issues between China and the United States. The registration deadline is April 9, 2012.

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