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Intellectual Property Summer Program

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Since 1994, the Intellectual Property Institute of Canada and McGill University have gathered some of the best practitioners in the field to conduct a series of intensive, practical summer courses in intellectual property. More than 3,000 professionals from the business, legal and public sectors have gained valuable insight and hands-on strategies by participating in our unique summer program. Our introductory and advanced courses offer you an excellent opportunity to network with individuals from diverse backgrounds who, like you, have an interest in Canadian intellectual property.

NEW! PDF icon 2018 IPIC Summer Program Brochure

Intellectual Property (Patents, Trademarks, and Copyright)

Dates Courses Lunch & Learn sessions

July 16-20, 2018

Understanding Patents
Matthias Ulrich
Director IP Protection & Compliance,
Dolby Germany GmbH

July 23-27, 2018

Understanding Trademarks

Eric Macramalla Gowling WLG (Canada) LLP

July 30-August 1, 2018

Copyright Master Class

The Hon. Marshall Rothstein, Q.C.

Course Accreditation

Course Name

du Québec

Law Society of Upper
Canada (LSUC)

Law Society of
British Columbia

Understanding Patents  Full Course

33.5 hours*

9 hours

33.5 hours

Understanding Patents Module 1

14 hours*

9 hours

14 hours

Understanding Patents Module 2

19.5 hours*

9 hours

19.5 hours

Understanding Trademarks Full Course

35.25 hours*

9 hours

35.25 hours

Understanding Trademarks Module 1

14.25 hours*

9 hours

14.25 hours

Understanding Trademarks Module 2

21 hours*

9 hours

21 hours

Copyright Master Class

20.25 hours*

9 hours

20.25 hours

For more information:

Barreau du Québec Law Society of Upper Canada Law Society of British Columbia

*Pour le Barreau du Quebec
Formation d'un dispensateur reconnu aux fins de la formation continue obligatoire pour la durée indiquée dans le tableau. / This course is offered by an accredited provider of mandatory continuing professional development.



Participants in the IPIC/McGill Intellectual Property Summer Program are considered to be guests of the University and can benefit from the discounted rates offered through McGill's Official Hotels Program. To view the hotels listings and to make a reservation, please click here.

The University also opens its New Residence Hall doors to guests during the summer months.

Questions pertaining to accommodations may be directed by Email.

For more information

Contact us by telephone at (514) 398-5454, or by Email.

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