LA4045 - Intellectual Property Law
|Student Contribution Band:
||College of Business, Law & Governance
This subject provides an overview of the law relating to intellectual property rights
in Australia. Principal areas of study include copyright, creative commons, patents,
trademarks, designs, plant breeders' rights and traditional knowledge. The subject
also provides an introduction to the international conventions that create a global
legal framework for the protection of intellectual property rights.
- Evaluate and critique the international framework governing the protection of intellectual
- Interpret and assess the regulation and use of intellectual property rights both globally
- Examine and apply relevant principles of intellectual property law in practical scenarios.
|Students are assumed to have a basic understanding of the principles of contract law
and the systems of governance in Australia.
||(LA1105 AND LA1106) OR BU1112 OR BU2111
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