Teaching Intellectual Property Law

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Teaching Intellectual Property Law

Strategy and Management

9781800880993 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Sabine Jacques, Associate Professor in Information Technology, Media and Intellectual Property Law, School of Law, University of East Anglia Law School, UK and Visiting Lecturer, Maastricht University, the Netherlands and Ruth Soetendorp, Visiting Academic, City University of London and Professor Emerita, Bournemouth University, UK
Publication Date: June 2023 ISBN: 978 1 80088 099 3 Extent: c 336 pp
Integral to the commercial law field, Intellectual Property (IP) knowledge is central to culture, innovation, and enterprise. Looking forward to the new academic norm, Teaching Intellectual Property Law: Strategy and Management uses experience as well as innovative, interactive, practice-based methods for teaching IP to examine the various ways through which to move on from ‘chalk and talk’ methods.

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Integral to the commercial law field, Intellectual Property (IP) knowledge is central to culture, innovation, and enterprise. Looking forward to the new academic norm, Teaching Intellectual Property Law: Strategy and Management uses experience as well as interactive, practice-based methods for teaching IP to examine the various ways through which to move on from ‘chalk and talk’ methods.

Crucial to science, technology, art, fashion and creative industries as well as to business creation and management, it is unsurprising that IP surfaces in curricula within and beyond the law school. Providing multiple examples, exercises and teaching tips to identify the transferable aspects of IP teaching, this book provides educators with new approaches to tailor content delivery to their students. Focused on the profile of the contemporary learner, it invites educators to adopt new approaches to impart knowledge that will empower IP students of all disciplines, at all levels.

Teaching Intellectual Property Law: Strategy and Management will be a useful resource for higher education law academics offering Intellectual Property education modules in law schools, to facilitate contemporary approaches to traditional law school content. It will also be of value to tertiary educators inspired, or instructed, to include IP education in their programmes as well as enterprise and entrepreneurship educators and trainers, to further IP relevance to enterprise and entrepreneurship.
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Contributors include: Adrian Aronsson-Storrier, Hayleigh Bosher, Jocelyn Bosse, Rumyana Brestnichka, Caroline Coles, Mercedes Curto Polo, Catherine Davies, Janice Denoncourt, Brian Frye, Gabriele Gagliani, Helen Gubby, Mandy Haberman, Sabine Jacques, Smita Kheria, Fanny Koleva, Laurent Manderieux, Bartolomeo Meletti, Dinusha Mendis, Agathe Michel-de Cazotte, Miglena Molhova-Vladova, William Page, Andrew Penaluna, Kathryn Penaluna, Lisa Redman, Eleonora Rosati, Nick Scharf, Joe Sekhon, Ruth Soetendorp, Peter van Dongen, Andrea Wallace
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