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5th "BFSU - WANGHUIDA CUP" Intellectual Property Moot Court Competition held in BFSU

By Wang Jinxue (People's Daily Online)

10:56, May 28, 2012

Beijing, May 28 (People's Daily Online) From May 26 to May 27, the 5th "BFSU - WANGHUIDA CUP" Intellectual Property Moot Court Competition was held in Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU).

The distinguished judges of the competition were from renowned universities and research institutes such as Peking University, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) and Bond University of Australia.

12 teams from China and abroad took part in the competition. The cases involved some challenging IP issues, such as the copyright of database.

During the competition, students showed their deep understanding of IP theories as well as fluent English skills. All team participants regarded this competition as a good opportunity to learn from each other and to establish friendship with others.

After two days' competition, the team from BFSU won the first place; China University of Political Science and Law team won the second place; the teams from Zhongnan University of Economics and Law together with Xiangtan University won the third place.


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