Dresden – Intellectual Property Law


The Summer ELSA Law School Dresden on Interllectual Property Law will take place for the 6th time this year. It aims to analyse the question whether international property law is a justified or unjustified monopoly. The programme offers participants a wide range of topics, exciting and well-known speakers from academia and practice and the opportunity to apply what they have learned in a negotiation exercise. In addition to the academic programme, it is the social and the cultural programme that makes a Summer ELSA Law School such an unforgettable week. Therefore, the participants will get to know the German and Saxon culture during a historical city tour, visits to the VW Transparent Factory and world-famous Semper Opera House. Furthermore, they can expect culinary delicacies at the gala evening, the culture of the nightlife in the Dresden Neustadt and a fun bowling evening. The week will end with a hike through the breath-taking landscape of Saxon Switzerland.

Maximum participation fees
ELSA Member from a non-favoured country - 350€
ELSA Member from a favoured country - 315€
Alumni of ELSA – 350€
Members of a partner organisation – 375€
Non-member - 420€
Maximum extra fees
Gala Ball - 50€
Dresden, Germany
A&O Hostel, Dresden
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Academic Partner
Institut für geistiges Eigentum, Technikrecht und Medienrecht
Academic Programme
  • Introduction to Patent Law/ Relation Between Patent Law and Cartel Law
  • Introduction to Trademark Law
  • Unconventional Trademarks
  • Introduction to Copyright Law
  • Overlap of Copyright Law, Design Rights and Trademark Law
  • Personality Licensing
  • Personality Right Protection
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