Assistant Professor in Intellectual Property Law

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As Assistant Professor in Intellectual Property Law you will be welcomed in the team dealing with international economic law, and more particular intellectual property law. The intellectual property team comprises five academics with scientific backgrounds in law, economics, business, and social sciences.


As team member you will teach in the bachelor course Intellectual Property in the Digital Single Market, and the master course Intellectual Property Law. You will also benefit from the possibility of teaching and interacting with high-level graduate students in the Advanced Masters Intellectual Property and Knowledge Management (LL.M and MSc) and assist in the coordination of the Innovator’s Legal Aid Clinic.


You will contribute to the further development and execution of courses for professionals in Europe and beyond (e.g. EQE-training, European Patent Litigation Certificate, etc.), and support in coordinating these programmes and other teaching and training engagements. You will conduct your own and collaborative high-quality research within the Institute for Globalisation and International Regulation, (co-)write research and funding proposals, and execute funded research projects.

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