From my friends at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the World Trade Institute:
The Law Faculty of the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the World Trade Institute of the University of Bern in Switzerland (WTI), are jointly organizing the second edition of the Summer Programme on International Intellectual Property from 8 – 19 July 2013 at the Graduate Law Centre in Hong Kong.
The course brings together government representatives, scholars and practitioners from all over the world who wish to deepen their knowledge of the law and economics of international intellectual property (IP) protection.
Taught by distinguished academics and practitioners, the Summer Programme equips you with an insight into today’s and tomorrow’s challenges in the field of IP. It is also a unique opportunity for you to establish valuable contacts with like-minded professionals and lecturers. The programme can be attended during one or two course weeks depending on your needs and interests.
More course information and application documents can be found on the following WTI website:http://www.wti.org/courses/wticuhk-summer-programme-on-ip/
Maybe they will talk about the issue noted in the last post: Is the copyright policy being pursued in trade agreements a good one?