Events calendar: May 2020

28th Apr 2020

An important update on our future events programme.

CITMA Autumn conference

Like other organisations in the UK, we’ve taken the decision to suspend all in-person events until at least 30th June 2020. We will continue to monitor the situation and will keep you regularly updated on our events programme through our member communication channels.

In the meantime, we will be providing you with more online opportunities, including an increase in webinars and digital learning.

Several of the talks that were unable to go ahead at our Spring Conference will be available to watch as webinars. Our Spring Conference webinar specials will provide you with a cutting-edge perspective on global intellectual property.

We continue to be committed to making sure you have a full events programme so you can continue to earn CPD and develop your knowledge.

You can also earn CPD by watching recordings of our past events. All the events with the “play” symbol in the events archive on our website are viewable. Visit citma.org.uk/events

We will also be regularly adding new events to our calendar. Again, you can view what is coming up and book at citma.org.uk/events

Thank you for your support during this time. We look forward to the full resumption of our events programme in due course.

Click here to view the full CITMA Review as a PDF

CITMA events:

CITMA Webinar - Anti-money laundering

6th Sep 2022 | Webinar

CITMA Lecture Glasgow - IP litigation in Scotland

8th Sep 2022 | 1-hour lecture

CITMA Paralegal Seminar

22nd Sep 2022 | Paralegal event

CITMA Webinar - Copyright in the video games industry

6th Oct 2022 | Webinar
More events

More CITMA Review:

In memoriam: Remembering Brian March

Senior members of the CITMA community offer their reflections on the life of a respected colleague.

28th Apr 2020

Insider: May 2020

Our latest news and updates of interest.

28th Apr 2020

The trade mark 20

Scott Gardiner… is cautiously optimistic

28th Apr 2020

#UsToo?

Jim Pearson would like everyone in the IP profession to enjoy dignity in the workplace.

28th Apr 2020
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