Our Intellectual Property Litigation and Advocacy courses are built on a foundation of the successful practice masters course, the LLM in Intellectual Property Litigation.
These courses are:
- Designed specifically for experienced intellectual property practitioners
- Approved by CITMA/IPREG and satisfy the requirements for qualification as a trade mark litigator and/or trade mark advocate
- Designed to enable trade mark attorneys to attain litigation conduct rights only and then to choose whether to proceed to attain advocacy rights
- Approved by CIPA/IPREG and satisfies the requirements for qualification as a patent attorney litigator (please note that both courses are required)
- Delivered in a way that suits busy schedules and minimises the time spent away from the office
- Designed to allow students to apply their knowledge and skills to their own practice
- Designed to provide continuing professional education.
Those who practise in the field of intellectual property face the traditional pressures of heavy caseloads, the complexity of cases and the need to keep up to date with new developments, legislation and case law in the UK, Europe and internationally. Nottingham Law School offers an IP litigation course which can enable practitioners to meet these challenges and exercise rights before the new Patents County Court and before the Intellectual Property Court and on appeal. Designed for those who have at least two years experience in intellectual property litigation, the courses build upon students’ existing knowledge and experience.
Other Intellectual Property courses include:
- Registered Trade Mark Practice
- Prof Cert Trade Mark Practice.
We are currently developing our portfolio of courses in Intellectual Property. Please visit our web pages or email us for up to date information.View Nottingham Law School's Website