Munich Intellectual Property Law Center • Munich, Germany

The Munich Intellectual Property Law Center (MIPLC) was founded in 2003 by Professor Schricker, former director of Max Planck Institute. It is based in Munich, Germany as a center for research and education in intellectual property and member of European Intellectual Property Institutes Network (EIPIN).
The center now have four partner institutions that joined together to offer the best education and outstanding research of intellectual property: the law of innovation, creativity and competition. The partner institutions from two continents are:
• Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition
• University of Augsburg
• Technical University of Munich
• George Washington University
The center is in the heart of Munich, third largest city in Germany known as the Intellectual Property capital with IP law firms and various companies depending upon IP. A great location for the home of MIPLC which includes the easy access to public transport:
• Subway lines
• Suburban trains
• Tram line

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