The IPOPHL Mandatory Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) Program is a 5-day seminar on Intellectual property that is fully accredited by the Supreme Court-MCLE Office. It is a specialized MCLE activity focused on intellectual property laws and other related laws.
The conduct of the program is part of IPOPHL’s strategy toward enhancing IP education and awareness, not just among IP specialists and practitioners in the legal profession but among general IP stakeholders.
 
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
WHY TAKE THE COURSE
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
FEES
LEARNING OBJECTIVES

As part of the overall Intellectual Property Education and Awareness Program of the IPOPHL, the specific learning objectives of the event are:

 

  1. To learn emerging trends on Intellectual Property and other related rights.
  2. To acquire updates on local and international Intellectual Property Laws, rules and regulations.
  3. To offer a specialized topic or theme on intellectual property and arbitration for Intellectual Property lawyers and those who are interested in the field.
WHY TAKE THE COURSE

The program covers 36 credits units of topics within the prescribed curriculum of the MCLE, including substantive and procedural laws, legal ethics, alternative dispute resolution, legal writing and oral advocacy, international laws, trial and pre-trial skills, and MCLE-prescribed subjects. Presentations and discussions will revolve around intellectual property rights, issues, challenges, and trends in practices both in the national and international levels.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

The program aims to provide both lawyers and non-lawyers a venue to facilitate discussions and learning on the emerging trends in intellectual property laws and other related laws. 

FEES

For the attendant fees, the rate is P 20,000 for the entire 36 units. On a per-day basis, the fee is P 5,000/day.

The early bird rates (10% off) are P 18,000 for the 36 units, and on a per-day basis, the fee is P 4,000/day.

SCHEDULE

November 27-29 & December 5-6, 2019

Intellectual Property & Arbitration

in partnership with the Philippine Dispute Resolution Center, Inc. (PDRCI)

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