Intellectual Property and Sustainable Development
Fordham University School of Law October 26, 2012
As part of the 2012 International Law Weekend, this panel provides a timely follow-up to Rio+20 (the U.N. Conference on Sustainable Development). The panel is sponsored by the Committee on International Intellectual Property of the American Branch of the International Law Association, chaired by Peter Yu.
Searching for the Boundaries of Intellectual Property Law
Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong December 15, 2012
This conference brings together renowned international and regional intellectual property scholars to explore the proper boundaries of intellectual property law. Held the day before the 4th Annual Cross-Strait Conference on Copyright Law, this event is co-organized with the Faculty of Law at the University of Hong Kong and the Institute for Internet Law at Peking University. More information is available here
2013 Intellectual Property Scholars Roundtable
Drake University Law SchoolApril 12-13, 2013
This interdisciplinary roundtable brings intellectual property and technology law scholars from around the world to the Drake campus. The event provides academics with a forum for sharing their latest research and an opportunity for peer networking. For participation in this invitation-only event, contact Peter Yu at email@example.com
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5th Annual Conference on Innovation and Communications Law
"Intellectual Property, the Internet, and Computational Transformation"
Glen Arbor, MichiganMay 15-16, 2013
This conference focuses on the role intellectual property and communications laws play in the dissemination of information. Launched in July 2008, this annual event is jointly organized with the University of Turku Faculty of Law, University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law, Michigan State University College of Law and the IPR University Center in Finland.
11th Annual Chinese Internet Research Conference
"China and the New Internet World"
Oxford Internet Institute, University of OxfordJune 14-15, 2013
Having the world's largest online population of more than 500 million, China's Internet developments have emerged as one of the most exciting, yet challenging research areas. Co-founded in 2003 by Peter Yu, this annual conference features multidisciplinary presentations from communications scholars, policy analysts, industry leaders, journalists and legal practitioners from around the world.