Queen Mary Intellectual Property Research Institute, in collaboration with the Centre for Commercial Law Studies, presents a two-day research conference investigating the crucial and divergent narratives on the role of intellectual property law and theory in promoting a sustainable world.
The crucial and divergent narratives on the role of intellectual property law and theory in promoting a sustainable world.
The conference will take place over two days with each day being centered around a specific theme. The themes will cover the following: sustainability of fashion; status of the draft WIPO Treaty on Traitional Knowledge & TCEs; branding & sustainability; access to scientific journals; text and data mining; the role of AI; patents in a sustainable world; rights for indigenous and local communities; geographical indications, copyright, culture and heritage; green technologies & patents. The conference will hold a posters and networking day providing early career researchers an opportunity to participate and explore the diversity of issues and careers within the IP professional and research spheres.
Please note: This is an in person event.
Our two keynotes speakers will be:
Other confirmed speakers include:
The registration fee reflects the costs of venue hire, lunches and daily refreshments, and an evening drinks reception on the first day. All tickets are valid for the full two-day conference. We are unable to offer tickets for individual days.