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July 19, 2005

National CyberEducation Project Opens at University of Richmond School of Law

IPcentral reports that the University of Richmond School of Law Intellectual Property Institute has launched the National CyberEdcuation Project, "an interdisciplinary grass-roots effort to engage students, faculty, and administrators on college campuses in discussion of contemporary intellectual property issues. . . . The Project will produce conferences, articles, blogs, education kits, and other student-oriented, campus-centric programs and materials."

I like the "interdisciplinary" part. The time has long passed when it was possible for the legal profession to address contemporary intellectual property issues on its own.

Posted by Robert at July 19, 2005 9:11 AM
category: Education


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