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akhilesh vyas (fresher law student)     17 June 2008

IPR lawyer in india

I want to knw how to be a recognised IPR lawyer. What all things are required to be a Patent lawyer, What all are its duties and where is its registration done in North India??

kindly guide me to as i want to practice in IPR.

thanx



 13 Replies

Guest (n/a)     17 June 2008

well dnt thin that u got register yourself somewhere to be a IPR lawyer,but u can specialise in the subject by undergoing some diploma course..and to be a recognised lawyer u know what to do....hardwork..thts all.

J K Agrawal (Advocates)     17 June 2008

You just become a lawyer. As soon as you get registration in any Bar you can practice any type of practice. It is only your discretion as to which type of field of practice you choose.

Prakash Yedhula (Lawyer)     18 June 2008

You practice with a lawyer practicing on the IPR side for a few years. You will get recognised as an IPR lawyer slowly.

D.K.Sharma (Advocate Supreme Court of India)     20 June 2008

Dear friend, to get recognition in any field of law you have to put hard work on that particular area. You must go through all the recent judgments on IPR and also gain basic knowledge in respect of the provisions contained in Patent Act, Copyright and Trade Mark etc. MUst read news on IPR from web like lawyers club etc. I hope you will get the recognition soon.

Swapnil (Lawyer)     20 June 2008

Hi


You can opt for online Diploma course in IPR offered by World Intellectual Property Rights Organization ( WIPO). Primer course and DL 101 is free of cost. The study material and course content is good. Also you may like to have look at tmpsearches.com they have also started online course for those aspiring for career in IPR. It is also free of cost.


 


Swapnil Jathar


(Guest)
Swapanil have sdone this course. I tried doing a course with WIPO. Quiet difficult to manage without proper books.

Kapil (Advocate (Associate Legal))     26 July 2008

Mr. Akhilesh,


for that, u just have enroll your self as an Advocate. Then after (if u r just passed out law candidate) strat your Juniorship with an Advocate having practice in IPR.

Dinkar Vidyarthi (Advocate/ Asst. Manager(Legal))     05 August 2008

so in that case kindly provide the web site of the same (WIPO) so we approche the same

Dinkar Vidyarthi (Advocate/ Asst. Manager(Legal))     05 August 2008

kindly give the wab site address of WIPO


(Guest)


www.wipo.int

Senthil Kumar (Patent Consultant)     25 September 2008

Dear Akhilesh,


Good to know that you wanted to become IPR lawyer. I would suggest to go for LLM in IP to recognize as an IPR lawyer.


Best Regards


Senthil

UMA DEVI MADASANI (INCHARGE IPR DEPARTMENT & HR DEPARTMENT: CS (Executive) student)     14 October 2008

I am having experience of 15 years of independent practice.  Aspirant of LL.M Corporate Laws II year And P.G.Diploma in ipr laws.  Courses can be completed by the end of June 2009.  Intending to enter the corporate world particularly with my latest qualifications.  Which kinds of jobs do i get? What are the skills the employers seek?


Can any body guide me.

Akanksha   15 May 2020

DK SHARMA

It an honour for us to get the inputs of people like you.


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