CUSAT CfP: Workshop on Role of IPR in Sports;
The School of Legal Studies CUSAT is one of the leading Law Schools in India offering BBA LLB, BCom LLB, LLM and PhD Programmes. UGC granted the Special Assistance Programme on Corporate Governance and Securities Law to undertake quality teaching and research in corporate law and allied topics.
Centre for IPR Studies, School of Legal Studies CUSAT is organising “Rethinking Intellectual Property Rights Seventh Annual Workshop Theme of 2020: Role of IPR in the realm of Sports.
Venue: Conference Hall, IUCIPRS, CUSAT
Date of workshop: 31st Jan – 2nd Feb 2020
Broader themes are mentioned herein, which are not limited. Students may select any area which fits into the main theme of the Workshop.
- Sports and Copyright
- Sports and Patents
- Sports and Trademarks
- Sports and Designs
Registration and Selection Process:
Step 1: Each student is allowed to register by sending an abstract (maximum 300 words) on one or two sub-themes on or before November 20th 2019. Based on the title and abstracts submitted by the students as approved by IUCIPRS, the subthemes will be allocated to the students. They encourage original single-author papers, though joint submissions with a maximum of two authors are also permissible. Selection will be based on the quality of the paper submitted.
Step 2: Intimation for the selection of abstracts will be given on or before December 1st 2019. Selected students would then require to get registered by making the payment of the workshop fee along with the formal registration. Submission of abstracts must be made through e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Step 3: Students would further be required to send the full paper by December 31st 2019. Students shall be asked to revise their paper after 1st and 2nd screening.
Participants are required to register by paying Rs. 2500, which is inclusive of Lunch, tea and snacks during the Workshop hours. Participants are required to tak care of their travel and stay during the days of the Workshop. The total number of participants is limited to 35. All participants are expected to take an active role in the workshop.