The IPKat weblog in conjunction with the 1709 Blog (which specialises in copyright matters), is organising an IP debate. What’s the debate about? Is copyright a vital tool for protecting authors, composers and artists, and for encouraging investment in the recording and transmission of their works to the public—or is it an outdated, cumbersome barrier [...]
A lecture hosted by King’s College’s Centre of European Law and the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence in Law. All welcome to attend. Book online now. DATE: Thurs 16 June. TIME: 6pm.
Oxford University’s Jurisprudence Discussion Group is organising a Panel Discussion on Tuesday 14 June 2011. This is to mark the occasion of the publication of the second edition of “Natural Law and Natural Rights”. The panel will discuss Professor Finnis’ philosophy of law.
DATE: Tuesday 14 June, TIME: 4 – 6pm, followed by drinks
The Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights, Thomas Hammarberg, is organising a series of public events on Media Freedom during 2011 to highlight the importance of freedom of expression and of the media for the protection of all other human rights. Date: Friday 10 June 2011
What would the private law look like in a genuinely liberal society? What would it do? How would courts dealing with this law treat the parties that appeared before it? What is the resemblance between this imagined law and the law as it exists today?
This year is the 150th anniversary of the Italian unification. In order to celebrate this fact, “ThinkYoung” is organising a 5 day event in Turin in July. All students are welcome to attend. Cost is just 50 Euros – includes accommodation, meals, workshops, parties, conference etc. Date 7 – 11 July 2011.