Center for Transnational IP, Media and Technology Law and Policy

Shaping the future of law in IP, media and technology

The Center for Transnational IP, Media and Technology Law and Policy at Bucerius Law School provides research and education geared to helping shape forward-looking solutions and policies that are consistent with the needs of the 21st century.

Our aims

  • raising awareness and understanding of global issues of Intellectual Property, Technology and Media Law
  • contributing to scholarship on critical issues of these laws
  • operating as an international forum that facilitates high-level exchanges among academics, government, industry, practitioners and public interest representatives

Consistent with the overall standards of Bucerius Law School, the Center's programs strive to be innovative, internationally focused and of the highest academic quality. The Center was founded in May 2012.

Learn more about our core ideas

Download "Intellectual Property has gone global - Are law schools ready?" (PDF) by founding Professor Dr. Dana Beldiman and Dr. Kristoff M. Ritlewski, Counsel of the Bucerius IP Center.

Public Events

News from the IP Center

Bucerius IP Colloquium on U.S. Art Law

Prince Prints: Andy Warhol’s Prince Series and Fair Use under U.S. Copyright Law - An Evening Lecture with Bucerius Alumna Cathy Gellis.

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An interdisciplinary joint research project by Prof. Dr. Dana Beldiman and Prof. Dr. Linda Kuschel

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Expertise at the IP Center

Meet the distinguished academics involved in the Center's work and the dedicated staff that run it

Academic Programming

Find out about the academic programming offered by the Bucerius IP Center to law students and practitioners

Networking Opportunities

Discover the recurring events and conferences organized by the Bucerius IP Center

Your Contact

Karsten Windler, LL.B.

Executive Director