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The Intellectual Property Law Chair of the Jagiellonian University in Kraków, one of Europe's oldest universities, is organising the first Kraków Intellectual Property Law Summer School, which will take place on September 11-16, 2017.

Students and young professionals will be offered the opportunity to broaden their skills and competences in IP law not only during lectures and workshops and but also during social activities and the moot court event at the end of the Summer School programme.

This year the programme is focused on the intriguing issues of IPR infringements, for instance the intricacies of infringement in the main regimes of IP protection, patent, trademark, copyright and design rights, indirect infringement (also regarding the current jurisprudence of the CJEU), the interface between IPR infringement and unfair competition and also includes an introduction to negotiation techniques.

An international approach is guaranteed by keynote speakers from the United Kingdom, Germany and New Zealand. All lectures and workshops will be conducted in English.

Registration and Fees

Click here to download the application form.  Applications must be submitted by e-mail to ipsummer@uj.edu.pl. Successful applicants will be notified by the Organizing Committee and receive a formal offer of admission containing information about registration and payment process.

The deadline for registration is 31 July 2017.

If you are already accepted and registered participant, please log into the system using the following link.

This being the first Kraków Intellectual Property Summer School programme, special promotional course fees are available:

  • Early bird - Students 350 PLN (ca. 80 EUR) registration until 30 April
  • Normal - Students 450 PLN (ca. 100 EUR) registration until 31 July
  • Early bird - Young professionals 500 PLN (ca. 120 EUR) registration until 30 April
  • Normal - Young professionals 600 PLN (ca. 140 EUR) registration until 31 July

The course fee covers:

  • participation in the full course,
  • materials (either as an electronic access or handouts),
  • coffee breaks during the sessions,
  • opening lunch on Monday (11 September)
  • closing dinner on Friday evening (15 September),
  • visit in the University Museum located in the oldest building Collegium Maius.

Participants are responsible for their own travel to and from Kraków, accommodation, insurance and living expenses during their participation in the programme. Lunch will be available in the University canteen, approximately 3-4 EUR per meal.

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