Osgoode Hall Law School of York University is one of the world’s leading law schools, with a commitment to excellence in teaching and research resulting in intellectual growth and exceptional career opportunities for our students. Our alumni’s history of success in private practice as well as many other fields has brought pride and recognition to the Law School.
The Osgoode Hall Law School Intellectual Property (IP) Law and Technology Program is changing the landscape of IP law and policy discussions in Canada by providing an independent and authoritative voice on issues, and broadening and enhancing relevant public policy debates and practices in Canada.
Assistant Director, IP Osgoode:
In this two-year, renewable contract position, you will be responsible for the administration and management of the overall IP Law and Technology Program. You will oversee the daily operation of the Program, including outreach activities (such as conferences and events), and manage a dynamic website, blog and image for the Program. You are an energetic, creative administrator with an LL.B. (or equivalent degree), professional business credentials, and strong communication and technical skills. A graduate degree in IP and the ability to speak French and other languages would be beneficial.
We offer comprehensive benefits and access to superb educational and recreational facilities.
Application details here (Application deadline is March 12, 2010).