4020CfA: International Summer School on on Intellectual Property Law, Prahova Valley (Romania), 22.8-3.9.2004
- May 29, 2004Dear colleagues,
We are pleased to present you some information regarding the
International Summer School on Intellectual Property Law which will
take place in Romania, on the Prahova Valley, between August 22nd and
September 3rd 2004.
We apologize if you read this announcement on many other lists (even
though this means that weve done a great job by promoting the
project!) but if you consider that others would be interested on it, we
are kindly asking you to forward it to them.
The greatest challenge of the beginning of the 21st Century is the
acceleration of technical changes and innovation, that has created a
new competitive dynamism in a range of markets sometimes collectively
referred to as the new economy.
This so-called new economy has become almost synonymous with the
information technology industries including computer software,
hardware, and Internet-based businesses and associated technologies
such as wireless communications.
Baring in mind the economic potential of using the Internet and yet
the importance of protecting the ideas upon which development is
based, The European Law Students Association-ELSA Bucharest, The
Romanian Development Law Association-IDLO Alumni and Nestor Nestor
Diculescu Kingston Petersen-Attorneys & Counselors gathered their
experience and resources in order to provide 25 law students with
knowledge on the subject.
ACADEMIC AGENDA OF THE EVENT (8 courses and a moot court competition)
Course 1 -Connection between property, the protection of intellectual
property and the Internet
Course 2- Infringement of copyright in the digital age
Course 3- Trademarks and domain names
Course 4- The use of patents in information age
Course 5- Protection of trade secrets in information age
Course 6- Information about legal research on the Internet
Course 7- The protection of software
Course 8- Internet and the protection of human rights and privacy
The guest lecturers invited to the summer school are highly trained
professionals. Due to their international experience, this summer school
shall be a wonderful opportunity to give new insights on already new
topics or on new ones. Some of the lecturers shall also act as judges in
the moot court competition.
PARTICIPATION IN THE EVENT
The language of the summer school is English.
The International Summer School How to Protect IP in the Digital Age is
open to all European law students, undergraduates or graduates, with some
experience in both intellectual property and the Internet. We are seeking
the participation of enthusiastic young students, with a diversity of
academic backgrounds and nationalities. Our ideal candidate is someone
with some experience in international context, and who is dynamic.
The maximum number of participants is 25!!!
The deadline for submitting the application is 20th of July.
You can download the application form from our website
www.summerschool.ro starting with 27 of May.
If you have any questions about how to fill the application form, do not
hesitate to address it at office@...
The payment of the participation fee shall be made until the 10th of
August. The participation fee is:
100 EURO participants from abroad
30 EURO participants from Romania
The costs of accommodation transport from Bucharest to the venue and
back, as well as the costs of the field trip, shall be covered by the
We are waiting 4 YOU!
Public Relations Coordinator
"How To Protect IP in the Digital Age?"
International Summer School on Intellectual Property Law
Romania, 22nd August-3rd September 2004
fax/tel. :+4021 315.57.20
The European Law Students'Association - ELSA Bucharest
Romanian Development Law Association IDLO Alumni
Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Petersen-Attorneys&Councelors
Partner of ELSA Bucharest: INDACO Systems