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The Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia (IPRIA) was established in March 2002 as an initiative of IP Australia. IPRIA was established to increase the understanding, creation, use and exploitation of intellectual property by Australian organisations and individuals. Today, it is a leading network of scholars that works closely with industry and government on issues critical to all varieties of IP rights, creativity and innovation.

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Creators’ Rights: Visiting Fellowships for early career scholars at Melbourne Law School

THE IPRIA FELLOWSHIPS HAVE BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

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Annual Reports
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Annual Reports

IPRIA Annual Reports provide details about the many achievements, events and research activities undertaken at the Institute.

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Visitors

There are two main avenues for research visitors to IPRIA: through teaching in the specialist teaching program in the Melbourne Law Masters, or taking part in the Visiting Scholar Program. IPRIA  welcomes proposals from academics and practitioners in all areas of intellectual property, including interdisciplinary work drawing on a wide range of social and cultural research.

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Designs Law and Practice.

Design within Australia and how Australia compares to its international peers

A joint research project of IP Australia, and the Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia (IPRIA) at The University of Melbourne.

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Centre Activities

IPRIA runs a series of seminars, conferences, workshops and roundtables throughout the year. For an overview of our recent events follow the link below.

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Annual Reports