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IP/IT jobs - in house in higher education

Monday, November 5th, 2007

For those of you interested in a less academic and more practical job in higher education, Oxford has a need for an IP solicitor [Link jobs.ac.uk], and Imperial College London is hiring for two positions as an Intellectual Property Knowledge Executive in its College Research Office [link jobs.ac.uk], as well as two posts for a […]

UK academic hiring slow…

Sunday, October 7th, 2007

Informally, it seems like based on the two main job sites for UK academic posts, Jobs.ac.uk and THES, that the job market for law academics have dropped off quite a bit in the past 2 months or so. Seems like it is mostly more senior positions and PhD studentships that are on offer at the […]

EFF is hiring a staff attorney

Wednesday, September 26th, 2007

For those interested:
Intellectual Property Staff Attorney
EFF is seeking an intellectual property staff attorney for its legal team. Responsibilities will include litigation, public speaking, media outreach, plus legislative and regulatory advocacy, all in connection with a variety of intellectual property and high technology matters.
Qualified candidates should have at least four years of legal experience, with knowledge […]

IP jobs - IP-Watch, Durham, and more

Friday, July 20th, 2007

Another installment of my series of erratic posts highlighting academic-oriented IP positions.
IP Watch is hiring an associate editor.  It looks like the position is based in Switzerland, and involves all aspects of running the service. IP-Watch publishes news on international IP, and is especially useful for IP as it relates to international trade, in both […]

Scholarship in Bristol in IT law

Saturday, June 30th, 2007

Bristol, home of Andrew Charlesworth, has a studentship available in the area of Information Technology Law based in the Centre for IT & Law.
The studentship consists of a stipend of £5,000 and research degree registration fees up to £3,235.  There is also the opportunity to teach core law subjects and be paid on the university […]

Nottingham Trent - hiring ‘course leader’ in IP

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2007

Nottingham Trent University is hiring a Course Leader for its programme in IP. It looks like a pretty interesting mix of academic and pratice oriented experience:
We are looking for someone with thorough knowledge of and experience in law and practice relating to intellectual property as well as being qualified as a solicitor, barrister or […]

Studentships at the Centre

Tuesday, March 13th, 2007

We are offering two studentships at the Centre: One on human rights and technology and the other on media convergence.
Full details are available here. [Link].

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