Last modified: 25 Sep 2019 09:58
This course enables students to develop professional and practical skills in intellectual property law. This course will take the place of a dissertation.
|Session||Third Sub Session||Credit Points||60 credits (30 ECTS credits)|
This course will have 3 elements: expert training in communication, professional writing and team work (May); expert training in professional skills in intellectual property with a focus on one of legal, commercial and activist pathways (June); individual and group oral assessments (June); group written project (July) and individal written project (August)
Information on contact teaching time is available from the course guide.
|Assessment Weeks||44,45||Feedback Weeks||47|
Written feedback on form. Complementary oral feedback
|Assessment Weeks||44||Feedback Weeks||47|
Written feedback on form, complementary oral feedback
|Assessment Weeks||48||Feedback Weeks||51|
Written Feedback on form, complementary oral feedback
|Assessment Weeks||52||Feedback Weeks||3|
Individual Written Project, in area of specialist choice building on sub group.
Written feedback on form, complementary oral feedback.
There are no assessments for this course.
|Knowledge Level||Thinking Skill||Outcome|
|Reflection||Evaluate||Build critical awareness of the argued positive and negative aspects of intellectual property and how to engage with them in different environments including activism|
|Factual||Remember||Acquire knowledge and critical understanding of intellectual property law's practical application in legal, commercial and activist/policy perspectives, specialising in one|
|Conceptual||Understand||Acquire knowledge and critical understanding of how intellectual property law operates from the perspective of legal pathways, commercialisation and activism/ policymaking, separately and together|
|Procedural||Apply||Be able to express and defend views and arguments in oral discussion, individually and as a group|
|Reflection||Analyse||Have developed legal research and critical writing skills and independent thought|
|Procedural||Apply||Have developed strong time management skills enabling students to conduct detailed preparation and thought before each teaching session and delivery of assessed work|