Public lecture: Intellectual Property
As part of this year’s Law Week (14 – 20 May), Edith Cowan University and Minter Ellison will be joining forces to present a free public lecture. The lecture will focus on Intellectual Property, an important issue for students, academics and businesses alike. Ms Stephanie Rowland, Special Counsel at Minter Ellison, will present the lecture.
Stephanie has significant experience in intellectual property work. Her expertise includes advising on the protection, commercialisation and enforcement of trademarks, copyright, designs, patents and confidential information; IP commercialisation agreements; software and technology contracts; IP and commercial contracts due diligence; and IP licensing arrangements.
Stephanie is also a specialist in mergers and acquisitions and joint venture and business structuring work. This work includes providing commercial and regulatory advice on complex projects and contract negotiation. Stephanie’s experience includes acting for publicly listed and private Australian and international companies in joint ventures in Australia, Africa and South America.
Title: Intellectual Property: What is it? Is it worth protecting?
Date: Wednesday 16 May
Time: 5.15 pm – 6.30pm
Venue: Bldg 10, Room 307, Mount Lawley campus
This is a free public lecture. Please RSVP by Monday 14 May for catering purposes.
Dr Helen Cripps