Old Aberdeen Campus
Intellectual Property Law at Aberdeen provides a challenging and stimulating degree for engaging with a future that lies in innovation, that profits from effective brands and which builds on cultural heritage.
It is a constantly evolving field that explores the key issues of control and reward in innovation and society. It is concerned with areas such as literature and trademarks, brands, health and media and new information technologies such as 3D printing.
The programme offers an opportunity for students from the UK and overseas to explore a range of fascinating and multi-faceted legal and societal questions. Intellectual property law is a valuable asset to businesses and you will gain a deep understanding of its benefits and challenges within corporate and economic frameworks.
You will have the opportunity to learn about the power and challenges of intellectual property, including its limits in terms of innovation, creativity and development. In addition, the Law School also has other existing LLM courses that fit well within the programme, such as: World Trade Organisation: GATT, European Economic Law and International Commercial Arbitration.
Normally, a 2.1 honours degree (or equivalent) in Law will be required to be accepted onto this programme. Relevant practical experience in a related field will also be beneficial.
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