The LL.M. (master of laws) is an internationally recognized postgraduate law degree. An LL.M. strength just usually does not allow one to practice law; in most cases, LL.M. students must earn a professional degree
International property law contributes to our national and state economic. Many industries across our economy depend on the competent enforcement of their patent. IP right protects both abroad and domestically.
Europe is, by convention, one of the world's seven continents. Comprising the western most point of Eurasia, Europe is usually divided from Asia by the watershed divides of the Ural and Caucasus Mountains, the Ural River, the Caspian and Black Seas, and the waterways connecting the Black and Aegean Seas.
View all LLM Programs in LLM Intellectual Property Law in Europe 2017
The Derby LLM offers maximum flexibility. Available to lawyers and non-lawyers alike, it provides unrivalled choice and opportunity - enabling you to choose from specialist pathways and modules to build a degree that matches your career aspirations, research pursuits and personal interests. [+]
The LL.M. in Intellectual Property is designed for participants to acquire the skills needed to play a leading role in intellectual property rights (IPR) practice. [+]
The LL.M. 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. The curriculum aims to provide an in-depth examination of the classical topics of IP law, as well as specialized analysis of the latest developments in the fields of patents, industrial design, integrated circuits, trademarks, domain names, copyright and related rights, biotechnological patents and plant varieties as well as the internet, software, databases and e-commerce.
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The two-year, full-time Master’s degree programme in Intellectual Property Law combines legal and business knowledge, providing you with the tool's for today's complex market place. [+]
Our graduates are equipped with
» comprehensive knowledge of the intellectual property laws in Europe
» competences in and knowledge of intellectual property rights in a business setting
» the required skills, such as research and analytical skills, communication skills as well as independent critical thinking in intellectual property matters... [-]
The Postgraduate Certificate in Intellectual Property is designed for trainee patent attorneys and others working within, or embarking on, a career in intellectual property law and practice. This part-time programme provides a comprehensive overview of theoretical, practical and management aspects of intellectual property. [+]
This specialisation in Intellectual Property Law equips postgraduate students with the necessary in-depth knowledge to practise intellectual property law or work in creative industries. It also provides an excellent foundation for students who may wish to pursue a research degree in the field. [+]
The LLM programme is a single subject law programme that may be taken over a period of one year (full-time), or part-time over a period of two, three or four years. [+]
Intellectual property is an exciting and increasingly important area of law, particularly internationally and EU-wide. The course offers students the opportunity to explore intellectual property law in both the UK and EU contexts, together with the links to competition law and sport... [+]
The LL.M Comparative Media Law is the first and only course of its type to be offered in the Republic of Ireland. It is a specialised programme which examines the regulation of media in Ireland and internationally. In particular, Irish and international developments relating to restrictions on the media ranging from the laws on privacy, defamation, contempt of court [+]
The MIPLC provides a truly international and interdisciplinary experience, thanks to its four partners, international faculty, and students from all over the world. [+]
The Brunel International Intellectual Property Law LLM (available full-time and part-time) is one of the most comprehensive programmes in the UK in the field of intellectual property. [+]
Our LLM Master of Laws is a highly flexible programme offering an extremely wide range of modules dependent on your interests. Taught by leading academics, we offer access to the most topical, academically rigorous and professionally relevant courses in a variety of legal subjects. Opportunity for an EU study tour. [+]
Intellectual Property Law and Knowledge Management is an advanced master's for lawyers, non-lawyers, and those with a degree in science of technology [+]
Advanced MSc/LLM in Intellectual Property Law and Knowledge Management
Taught in English
Intellectual Property Law and Knowledge Management is an advanced master's for lawyers, non-lawyers, and those with a degree in science of technology.
With the advent of globalisation and new media, there has been a flood of new information and technological innovation. The natural consequence has been an unprecedented number of legal questions about intellectual property, patent rights and industrial technology in an increasingly internationalised world.
To meet this demand, the Faculty of Law launched the complementary master’s programmes in Intellectual Property Law and Knowledge Management in September 2009.... [-]
The LLM Information Technology and Intellectual Property Law brings together two of the most important legal questions of the 21st century: the fate of law in the information age, and the management and exploitation of diverse forms of creativity, reputation and innovation. [+]
Intellectual Property (IP) Law has historically been an international discipline, as compared to other traditional areas of private law. [+]
Master of Laws (LLM) in European Intellectual Property Law
Intellectual Property (IP) Law has historically been an international discipline, as compared to other traditional areas of private law. The Internet and other forms of international telecommunications clearly demonstrate that IP rights do not recognise national borders. Another important internationalising factor is the gradual development of a European Community IP regime. This new body of law is gradually having a unifying effect on the national European IP laws. Legal disciplines have become more sophisticated andcomplex in recent times, a change which is also reflected in the area of IP Law. Specialisation in this area of practice is not only desirable; it is essential.... [-]