The programme Licensing Transctactions in Intellectual Property from Bucerius Law School is taught primarily by practitioners from leading firms who share their experience in interactive seminars. Together with participants from around the world, you will deepen your understanding of the forces shaping global IP practice. The diverse student body and faculty offers an ideal forum to exchange legal and cultural perspectives and for you to make personal and professional contacts from around the world.
Real-world application of theory
Study visits are a core element of the curriculum and enable you to discuss links between theory and industry strategy. Following introductions to two the global enterprises and their areas of interest, you will learn more about current challenges facing corporate legal teams and the methods being used to address them.
Guidance from experienced practitioners
Seminars and tutoring will enable you to address various elements of practice surrounding the transaction of intellectual property across borders and legal systems. To apply these concepts in a real-world setting, IP practitioners from major firms will guide you in negotiating the terms for a license agreement; this intensive two-day workshop will aid you in developing negotiation strategies that you can incorporate into your own practice and future endeavors.
Interactive learning and intercultural exchange
By working in small groups with students from different legal backgrounds, you will be able to gain valuable intercultural communication skills while acquiring in-depth knowledge in the field of international IP law and comparing perspectives with participants from across the globe.
Socratic-style course meetings promote interactive dialogue, inquiry and close cooperation with your peers and lecturers.
You can apply until:
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Early Bird Deadline: March 1 (15% discount on tuition fee)
Explore key issues facing IP practitioners from both a theoretical and practical approach. Working together with field leaders, you'll take part in topic-based seminars and develop the skills needed to transact intellectual property within a global economy.Topic List
EU Trademark Law
Practical Aspects of IP Licensing
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The Bucerius/UC Hastings Summer Program in Licensing Transactions in Intellectual Property
is a program for advanced law students and young professionals with a proven interest and/or experience in intellectual property law.
The program is taught by a group of top-notch academics and practitioners from Germany and abroad.
The Academic Directors of this program are Professor Dr. Dana Beldiman (Bucerius Law School / Squire Patton Boggs, USA) and Professor Jeffrey Lefstin, PhD from UC Hastings College of the Law, USA.
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The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
Students who apply before the Early Bird Deadline and are accepted in the first round of applications are eligible for a 15% discount off the normal tuition fee.
Unsuccessful Early Bird applications will be reconsidered in the second admissions round in May. The Early Bird Discount may not be combined with any other discounts.
Information about all other kinds of discounts and scholarships is available on the program website.
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