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The Intellectual Property and Innovation Law Program (IPIL), the Digital Media Research Centre (DMRC) and the QUT Faculty of Law recently hosted the ‘The Economics of Creativity’ Symposium to discuss the legislation pertaining to the digital market.
Professor David Kinley, Chair in Human Rights Law at the University of Sydney, joined the QUT Faculty of Law International Law and Global Governance (ILGG) Program and Australian Lawyers for Human Rights (ALHR) for a public lecture on finance and human rights.
A panel of experts joined the Intellectual Property and Innovation Law Program (IPIL) to discuss the impacts of inauthentic Indigenous art.
Law-makers in South East Asia should follow Australia’s lead and stomp out ‘glamourous’ cigarette packaging, says a QUT law academic in the lead-up to World No Tobacco Day (May 31).