Past Activities

Seminars / Public Lectures / Mini Courses in Academic Year 2004/2005

Seminars

Date Topic Speakers No. of Participants
14 October 2004

Proposed Rules On Jurisdiction And Choice Of Law In Transborder IP Conflicts – The Hague Conference, The ALI Project And The MPI Proposal

Dr Annette Kur 41

26 October 2004

Developments in Trusts Law in Singapore

(Jointly Organised By NUS Faculty Of Law & Singapore Academy Of Law)

Prof Tan Yock Lin
Assoc Prof Hans Tjio

180

27 January 2005

Recent Development in Insurance Law

(Jointly Organised By NUS Faculty Of Law & Singapore Academy Of Law)

Prof Robert Merkin
Asst Prof Tang Hang Wu
Mr Quentin Loh
75

3 & 4 February 2005

Intensive Competition Law Workshop-Seminars: Practical Applications of Competition Law Principles to Commercial Transactions Asst Prof Burton Ong 31

2 March 2005

Protection of Well-Known & Unconventional Trademarks

(Jointly Organised By NUS Faculty Of Law & Singapore Academy Of Law)

Prof David Vaver 83

23 March 2005

The Duty of Directors to Disclose Their Own Wrongdoing: A Discussion of Item Software (UK) Ltd v FASSISHI [2004] EWCA CIV 1244

(Jointly Organised By NUS Faculty Of Law & Singapore Academy Of Law)

Prof Francis Reynolds 46

14 April 2005

What Statutes Do In The Conflict of Laws & What Statutes Do To the Conflict of Laws

(Jointly Organised By NUS Faculty Of Law & Singapore Academy Of Law)
Prof Adrian Briggs 43
13, 15, 20 & 22 April 2005 Legal Chinese & Traditions (in Mandarin) Assoc Prof Li Mei Qin 11

27 & 28 April 2005

Understanding the Competition Commission’s Draft Guidelines (Part 1) Asst Prof Burton Ong 20
28 June 2005  Understanding the Competition Commission’s Draft Guidelines (Part 2) Asst Prof Burton Ong 31

 

Courses in Academic Year 2004/2005

Date Topic No. of Participants
Aug 2004 to May 2005 Graduate Certificate in Intellectual Property Law 42

Aug 2004 to Nov 2004

Auditing Programme (Semester 1) 27
Jan 2005 to May 2005 Graduate Certificate in International Arbitration 30
Jan 2005 to May 2005 Auditing Programme (Semester 2) 15
Mar 2005 to July 2005 BAR/BRI New York Bar Review 4

 


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