Teaching Intellectual Property Law: Strategy and Management

Sabine Jacques (Editor), Ruth Soetendorp (Editor)

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Abstract

Integral to the commercial law field, Intellectual Property (IP) knowledge is central to culture, innovation, and enterprise. Looking forward to the new academic norm, Teaching Intellectual Property Law: Strategy and Management uses experience as well as interactive, practice-based methods for teaching IP to examine the various ways through which to move on from ‘chalk and talk’ methods.

Crucial to science, technology, art, fashion and creative industries as well as to business creation and management, it is unsurprising that IP surfaces in curricula within and beyond the law school. Providing multiple examples, exercises and teaching tips to identify the transferable aspects of IP teaching, this book provides educators with new approaches to tailor content delivery to their students. Focused on the profile of the contemporary learner, it invites educators to adopt new approaches to impart knowledge that will empower IP students of all disciplines, at all levels.

Teaching Intellectual Property Law: Strategy and Management will be a useful resource for higher education law academics offering Intellectual Property education modules in law schools, to facilitate contemporary approaches to traditional law school content. It will also be of value to tertiary educators inspired, or instructed, to include IP education in their programmes as well as enterprise and entrepreneurship educators and trainers, to further IP relevance to enterprise and entrepreneurship.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherEdward Elgar Publishing Ltd
Number of pages274
ISBN (Print)978 1 80088 099 3
Publication statusAccepted/In press - Sep 2022

Publication series

NameElgar Guides to Teaching
PublisherEdward Elgar

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