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and individual dispositions, a set of sentiments and beliefs. Why this dimension of law is not always acknowledged may have to do with the fact that this idea is still in search of its own methodology. The seminar will look for this : critical and innovative ways to approach Law ‘as a way of life'. This will be done by reviewing a series of contemporary theories and by linking these to case studies. Required reading : Read European Union Law as a Way of Life Editorial Comments, 54 Common Market Law Review 357 (2017) : https ://www. universiteitleiden.nl/binaries/content/assets/ rechtsgeleerdheid/instituut-voor-publiekrecht/ europees-recht/cmlr-vol.-54-no.-2-editorial-comments-ﬁnal_goed.pdf ; Look at FOLIE research project on Sciences Po Webpage : http ://www. sciencespo.fr/folie/homepage.
Students following this course will be required to prepare each class. Required reading : A list of selected reading materials will be provided for each session.
IP IN A GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT
Semester : Spring Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English ; French
Teachers : Séverine DUSOLLIER (Professeur des Universités à Sciences Po). Prerequisite : Knowledge of intellectual property, including copyright, patent and trademarks. Pedagogical Format : Seminar Course validation : Continuous assessment based on the preparation of an exercise (2/3) and participation (1/3). Workload : Weekly required readings for discussion in class and preparation of one exercise (case study) for one session. Pedagogical Method : First part : Magistral course with preparatory readings to stimulate the discussion with students. Second Part : case-based learning. Course Description : The course aims at analysing some issues of intellectual property in a global environment, either resulting from an increasingly international dimension of the circulation of protected works, inventions or signs, or from the development of communication networks. Globalisation induces the blurring of borders and a greater interdependence of legal issues and solutions. A common topic throughout the course will be the notion of territoriality in intellectual property and how it resists to the globalisation of the ﬁeld. The topics to be addressed could be : the international treaties and lawmaking in IP, the European IP law-making, International and European IP enforcement, Exhaustion of IP, Transfer of technology, IP and European competition law, Human rights and IP, International private law, pan-European licensing of copyright for online exploitations, new forms of digital exploitation of works, piracy and enforcement of copyright on the Internet, global issues of copyright excep1475
INVESTMENT LAW & ARBITRATION
Semester : Spring Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
Opened to the exchange program
Teachers : Patrick JACOB (Professeur). Pedagogical Format : Seminar Course validation : The ﬁnal grade is composed of two elements : a paper on a chosen topic (10 pages, 70%), and class participation (30%), including the discussion of required readings. Course Description : Over the past 15 years, investment arbitration has witnessed a spectacular growth, which signiﬁcantly changed the way international arbitration is perceived today. This Course addresses all aspects of International Investment Arbitration, from the substantive protection offered under investment protection treaties to issues of jurisdiction and admissibility (including how one deﬁnes a protected investment and a protected investor, the effect of MFN clauses, denial of beneﬁts clauses or jurisdiction ratione temporis), and hotly-debated issues such as the place of contracts in investment law, the impact of national court proceedings and parallel proceedings in investment arbitration, or the impact of EU law on investment protection. One session will also be dedicated to strategy in investment arbitration.