UC Hastings & Bucerius Law School Summer Program in Transnational IP Law & Licensing

UC Hastings & Bucerius Law School Summer Program in Transnational IP Law & Licensing


This program is organized jointly by the Center for Transnational IP, Media and Technology Law and Policy of Bucerius Law School, Hamburg, Germany and UC Hastings College of the Law, San Francisco, USA, and conceived as an intensive, three-week, English-taught program for upper division students and young practitioners.  

The program is designed to build practical skills for transacting technology licenses in a transnational context. It will provide a thorough understanding of the core IP and licensing concepts, including industry practices, and will familiarize students with both the legal and business perspectives of licensing.

Further Information

  • When: The program will take place July 22-August 8 in Hamburg, Germany.
  • Eligibility: This is an English-taught summer program for students or new graduates who have received at least introductory IP training.
  • Registration: Register online here. Space is limited.

Note: This program is not accredited by the American Bar Association (ABA). US law students who are seeking credit towards graduation will need to follow procedures at their home institution to receive credit for participating in this program. The program will provide each student with a documentation packet to assist them in obtaining academic credit. 

For more information about the curriculum, please email UC Hastings Professor Jeffrey Lefstin at lefstinj@uchastings.edu.

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