The Master 2 in Intellectual Property Law and Valuation of Intangible Assets
Master of Laws 2: Law Economics Management > Field: Intellectual Property Law > Specialization: Intellectual Property in the Knowledge-based Society > Program: Intellectual Property Law and Valuation of Intangible Assets
(Formerly Master of Laws in Contracts, Transfer of Technology, Competition)
Head of studies
Professor Yves REBOUL
Head of the French Section at the CEIPI
Presentation and objectives
The objective of the program is to educate legal practitioners in intellectual property law and specifically in industrial property law, in contract law, in transfer of technology law and in competition law for the following professions:
- judicial representatives at the Institut de la Propriété Industrielle (INPI), at the European Patent Office (EPO), at the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO), as well as the legal representatives at foreign or international offices
- legal practitioners, lawyers and magistrates in commercial law
- civil servants in regional, national and international offices
The aim is to offer students a theoretical and practical education that will enable them to master:
Protection of creative works
- protection of creative works
- acquisition of industrial property titles : substantive patent law and national, European and international application procedures for patents, industrial designs and distinctive signs
- defending rights
- valuation of rights : contracts, transfer of technology, taxation of intellectual property
- French and European competition law, abuse of dominance
The objective of this program is to enable legal practitioners to become specialists of intellectual property on a regional, national, European and international level.
The program includes a mandatory two month internship with a company as well as the presentation of a research paper concerning intellectual property law.
Note that most of the courses are in french, except for a few of them which are in english.