Intellectual Property: Access and Development Symposium
Monday 29 May 2017 1.00-5.00 pm
Please join our panellists for a discussion on the themes of new development narratives; new methodologies (from property pluralism to rights based regulation); new challenges including access to medicines and the Trump agenda.
This will be followed by informal drinks and nibbles.
Professor Ruth Okediji, International Research Professor in Law, ACU Thomas More Law School and William L Prosser Professor in Law, University of Minnesota Law School. Professor Okediji has advised many governments and IGOs on IP access and development and is a member of the UN High Level Panel on Access to Medicines.
Professor Peter Drahos, Professor in Law and Director of the Centre for the Governance of Knowledge and Development at ANU, and Chair in Intellectual Property at Queen Mary, University of London.
Professor Natalie Stoianoff, Professor in Law and Director of the Intellectual Property Program UTS; Chief Investigator on ARC Grant, “Garuwanga: Forming a Competent Authority to Protect Indigenous Knowledge”.
Dr Kunle Ola, ACU Thomas More Law School, previously of the Nigerian Copyright Commission. Dr Ola represented Nigeria on UN specialised committees including the Standing Committee for Copyright and Related Rights (SCCR), the WIPO General Assembly and the WIPO Committee for Development in Intellectual Property (CDIP). * and our host,
Professor Rocque Reynolds, Dean of Law, Thomas More Law School – host.
Australian Catholic University Peter Cosgrove Centre Level 18, Tenison Woods House 8-20 Napier Street North Sydney