To celebrate the World Intellectual Property Day, in April 2016, the Faculty of Law organized a number of public awareness events about Intellectual Property.
Lecturers and students discussed the meaning, nature, importance and challenges that modern societies face, with regard to said topic. Dr. Amjad Hassan also Hassan about the Faculty’s new graduate program in Intellectual Property, which was established in the first semester of 2015-2016, in cooperation with a number of Arab and foreign universities. Dr. Hassan highlighted the role this program is expected to play in promoting intellectual property laws in Palestine and raising public awareness about this field.
During this event, three graduate students in the program spoke about intellectual property in general. Ms. Diana Fa’our addressed the Palestinian trademark laws highlighting the most serious challenges and problems facing execution of these laws, and ways of overcoming them. Ms. Sireen Qa’dan discussed patents, their registration, and laws and conventions that regulate them. Ms. Manar Al-Halabi devoted her presentation to publications, author copyrights, legal regulation and rules that govern them.
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