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IP and Competition Law research is a central focus of the MIPLC. The Cooperation Agreement establishing the MIPLC lists the preparation and support of papers on research topics, "particularly those which seek to develop innovative practical recommendations based on the results of research undertaken by the MIPLC Partners," as the first goal.
Our graduates have obtained outstanding positions in the IP world. They have gone on to work for IP institutions such as various national Patent and Trademark Offices, the WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Centre, or OHIM; for national and international (patent) law firms; for government ministries; for NGOs, think tanks and similar organizations; or for the IP departments of large corporations in the private sector. Others have obtained Ph.D. degrees from the MIPLC or other top-rated universities to pursue academic careers.
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All students are provided with individual desks in spacious shared offices, high-speed internet connections, and desktop access to a number of legal databases. Maximum occupancy is four students per office. Students are generally expected to bring their own laptop computers; however, a limited number of desktop computers are available for students from developing countries unable to purchase their own laptop.