Intellectual Property Law

Overview

This course examines areas of Intellectual Property (IP) law, including, trademarks, designs, patents, copyright, and passing off. It introduces and examines the rationale for the existence of an IP regime and its importance to the knowledge economy. You will gain knowledge and skills by studying each area in detail with emphasis placed on strategic management of business IP assets, as well as on design. The operation of Australian IP law is examined in the context of the international IP framework.

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Pre-requisites

None.

Materials supplied

All relevant course materials are included.

Materials to bring

Pen/pencil and notebook.

Award

12

Additional notes

N/A

Testimonial

Printable course flyer

Available course dates

Semester 2

Course code Campus Undergrad or Postgrad Approval Required Credit Points Local fee International fee
LAW2537 City UGRD Yes 12 $3720.00 $3720.00

Note:

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