Members of QMIPRI contribute to the research profile of Queen Mary and helped the School of Law earn the highest possible rating of 5* in the 2001 Research Assessment Exercise, which placed QMUL among the top 8 law schools in the UK. As with other subject areas, we adopt a wide spectrum of approaches to legal research, including doctrinal, theoretical, applied, comparative, historical, sociological, empirical and interdisciplinary perspectives.
Researchers at QMIPRI cover a broad scope of topics in the area of intellectual property law.
- Copyright & Related Rights
- Patents, Invention & Innovation
- Trade Marks & Unfair Competition
- Agricultural & Medical Biotechnology
- Technology Transfer & Economic Development
- Multimedia & the Internet
- Intellectual Property Theory
- Applied University Research
- Cultural Rights
- Enforcement of IPRs
Supervision for research degrees in intellectual property law is available at Queen Mary, University of London. We offer a friendly, supportive and cosmopolitan community to undertake a MPhil or PhD degree that includes researchers from across the world.
View details of the Queen Mary, University of London PhD programme.