About School of Law, CHRIST (Deemed to be University)
School of Law, CHRIST (Deemed to be University), through its five-year integrated law program, has carved a space for itself in the league of premier law schools in India. The school molds its students through exposure to the advanced syllabus, clinical legal education programs, and faculty-monitored participation in curricular and extracurricular activities.
The syllabus for the five-year program goes above and beyond the basic requirements of the Bar Council of India, reflecting the current trends and demands of industry and academia. Besides having a league of highly qualified faculty, the educational process is supported by a library equipped with a rich depository of online and offline resources. The School of Law continues to work with an untiring commitment to the cause of the rule of law and the promotion of excellence in legal education.
About the IPRC
The Intellectual Property Rights Committee (IPRC) aims to allow students to explore the ever-evolving field of IP law in proximity to its real-world significance. Under the guidance of highly qualified faculty coordinators, this approach will provide students with a foundation to enter diverse IP-related careers. The Committee is a platform for the student body to explore new IP developments and careers, network with pioneers and experienced professionals in the field of IP law, and indulge in high-quality research through its flagship newsletter – Intellectual. Through collaborations with prestigious firms and organizations, the IPRC continues to strengthen and maintain professional relationships that allow it to further the cause of ensuring IP awareness, and ultimately, equitable access to knowledge.
About the Event
National-Level Webinar on ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution) in IP
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) efficiently alleviates obstacles in the enforcement of jurisdiction-specific Intellectual Property (IP) laws and their interactions with international obligations. Arbitration, for instance, offers a higher degree of confidentiality towards IP disputes involving sensitive information and wider enforceability, and faster, more neutral, and expert decision-making.
Dispute resolution mechanisms can be administered by individual nations’ IP offices in collaboration with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), as in the case of Singapore and the United States, or by specific ADR regulatory bodies, like in India. This webinar will provide insights on ADR mechanisms for IP, technology, and life sciences disputes and share industry experts’ experiences in handling them. Case studies from the WIPO Center for Arbitration and Mediation will help attendees understand the manner of regulating disputes they are seeking. The speakers will also discuss opportunities and paths that attendees can explore.
- Date: September 8th, 2023
- Time: 6:35 PM – 8:05 PM IST
- Mode: Virtual
- Platform: Zoom
- Zoom links will be sent on a “first come, first serve” basis.
Anyone is eligible.
Alternative Dispute Resolution in Intellectual Property Law
- Mr. Russell E. Levine, Partner, Kirkland & Ellis LLP, Chicago
- Mr. Alban Kang, Senior Consultant, Bird & Bird, Singapore
- Mr. Pranav Mago, Director, International Arbitration, Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas, Mumbai
- Ms. Isha Singh, Legal Case Manager, WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Center, Geneva
There is no registration fee.
For any clarifications or queries, please send an email to [email protected]
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