Ryan is a History graduate (MA, MSc) from the University of Glasgow.He worked in academia for several years, obtaining a Ph D in History, before undertaking the Graduate Diploma in Law and then Bar Professional Training Course.Katie Potter, a trainee at Charles Russell LLP, jointly won the Golding Essay Prize 2012 with Peter Dawson of the University of Surrey.Tags: Anthology Essays BartholomaeResearch Paper Guidelines MlaGatsby Essay1960s Essay IntroductionEssays Online To Buy 10 Per PagesBiographical Essay + ThesisHsc English Creative WritingGood Intro EssayRetrolisthesis Due To Accident
His essay can be downloaded below and was published in the Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice.
Link to Published Article in Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice Golding Essay Prize 2006 Compulsory Licensing of IP rights: has EC competition law arrived at a clear and rational analysis following the IMS Judgment and the Microsoft Decision?
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2019 (107 entries): First Prize (United Kingdom Division): Christopher Long (Woodbridge School) First Prize (International Division): Jonathan Teng (Raffles Institution) Second Prize (United Kingdom Division): Eleanor Hargrove (King’s College School, Wimbledon) Second Prize (International Division): Wong Zi Yang (Raffles Institution) 2018 (154 entries): First Prize (United Kingdom Division): David Edwards-Ker (Westminster School) First Prize (International Division): Gergely Berces (Milestone Institute, Hungary) Second Prize (United Kingdom Division): Dorothy Biyere (Sutton Grammar School) Second Prize (International Division): Xinyi Gao (Hwa Chong Institution, Singapore) 2017 (135 entries): First Prize (United Kingdom Division): Eve Loveman (Peter Symonds’ College) First Prize (International Division): Lauren Park (Pymble Ladies’ College, Australia) Second Prize (United Kingdom Division): Mary Hassan (St.
Golding Essay Prize 2019 "Following Brexit, will or should IP rights prevent the importation into the UK of goods put on the market outside the UK by the rightholder or with their consent?
" Franziska Kurz, Graduate of Oxford University won the Golding Essay Prize 2019.Daniel Byrne of Hogarth Chambers won the Golding Essay Prize 2006.Trinity College was pleased to launch the Robert Walker Prize for Essays in Law in 2013.Golding Essay Prize 2007 Should there be a tort of 'unfair competition' in English law?Tom Alkin of 11 South Square won the Golding Essay Prize 2007." The Essay Prize was not awarded this year as the judges determined that no entry was of sufficient quality.Golding Essay Prize 2015 "Are the new 'fair dealing' provisions an improvement on the previous law, and why" Sabine Jacques, a Ph D student at Nottingham University won the Golding Essay Prize 2015 Link to Published Article in Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice Golding Essay Prize 2014 "To what extent should Courts take jurisdiction over infringement of foreign IP rights?All entrants agree not to submit their entries for publication until after the judges have announced their decision.Several past winners have been published by Sweet & Maxwell in European Intellectual Property Review (EPIR) or by Oxford University Press in the Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice (JIPLP), and are reproduced below by agreement with the publishers.JACQUES LASSIER PRIZE Jacques Lassier 2019 The Jacques Lassier Prize is a prize of €2000, which is awarded for a written work or dissertation on a competition law subject (covering both anti-trust law and unfair competition law, including IP related matters).The works must have been produced or dissertations defended in the two years leading up to the date of the closure of the competition (30 June 2019). those who are under 35 on 31 April 2019) who are individual members of the International League of Competition Law (LIDC) or residents of a country where there is an affiliated national group (such as the Competition Law Association in the UK).