Master of Laws in Intellectual Property

The Master of Law in Intellectual Property is designed for participants to acquire the skills needed to play a leading role in intellectual property rights (IPR) practice and teaching through exposure to an international and comparative approach.

Master of Laws in Intellectual Property

Deadline for application: 31 March 2018

Starting date: 28 May 2018

English

28 May 2018 - 28 February 2019

Blended

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Deadline for application: 31 March 2018

Starting date: 28 May 2018

English

28 May 2018 - 28 February 2019

Blended

Master of Law in Intellectual Property (llm turin ip)

The Master of Law in Intellectual Property is designed for participants to acquire the skills needed to play a leading role in intellectual property rights (IPR) practice and teaching through exposure to an international and comparative approach.

IP law is facing unprecedented challenges. Evolving issues like cloud computing and biotechnological inventions, big data and traditional knowledge raise questions related to the continuous need to define an optimal interface between law and technology. Similarly, IP law has become a crucial factor in economic, scientific and societal/moral decisions. In view of the above the Master llm in ip attracts professionals from the public and private sectors as well as junior academics who wish to acquire the skills required to play a leading role in the practice and teaching of IP through exposure to a well-tested international and comparative law approach. The curriculum aims to provide an in-depth examination of the classical topics of IP law as well as a specialized analysis of the latest developments in the fields of patents,trademarks, domain names, copyright and related rights, design, software and databases, integrated circuits, biotechnological patents and plant varieties, the internet and e-commerce. The diversified profile and backgrounds of the students and lecturers make the LLM a truly international forum for discussion and exchange of knowledge, opinions and ideas that are entrenched in various legal systems. 

Suggested reference materials are posted on the website of the LL.M. at www.turin-ip.com.

 

The protection of broadcasters' rights in a changing technological landscape A view from South Korea

Research Paper by Bao - Trung Tran, Master of Laws in Intellectual Property 2016 – 2017

THE PROTECTION OF BROADCASTERS’ RIGHTS IN A CHANGING TECHNOLOGICAL LANDSCAPE A VIEW FROM SOUTH KOREA

 

Trademark generification: a crosscountry comparison of legal regimes regarding the loss fo the exclusive right

Research Paper by Andreza Baroni and Monica Piedad Palma, Master of Laws in Intellectual Property 2016 – 2017

TRADEMARK GENERIFICATION: A CROSSCOUNTRY COMPARISON OF LEGAL REGIMES REGARDING THE LOSS OF THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT

The database dilemma: looking for the best deal between investors and society Review of recent trends and suggested amendments of Dir. 9/1996/EC

Reseach paper by Mr Andrea Andolina, Master of LL.M in Intellectual Property, Ed. 2015/2016

The database dilemma: looking for the best deal between investors and society Review of recent trends and suggested amendments of Dir. 9/1996/EC

 

Using Intellectual Property as collateral: an international experience and a Mongolian perspective

Research paper by DASHPUNTSAG ERDENECHIMEG, Master of Laws in Intellectual Property 2016 – 2017

USING INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AS COLLATERAL: AN INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE AND A MONGOLIAN PERSPECTIVE

Does pooling patents with procompetitive licenses enhance development of, and global access to, technology? Contrast between the digital and bio-pharmaceutical markets

Reserach paper by Mr Louis Mitondo Lubango, Master of LL.M in Intellectual Property, Ed. 2015/2016

DOES POOLING PATENTS WITH PROCOMPETITIVE LICENSES ENHANCE DEVELOMENT OF, AND GLOBAL ACCESS TO TECHNOLOGY? CONTRAST BETWEEN THE DIGITAL AND BIO-PHARMACEUTICAL MARKETS

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