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Hughes Alumnus to speak at Centre for Intellectual Property & Information Law, Cambridge

Hughes law alumnus Kevin Outterson, Professor of Health Law, Bioethics and Human Rights, Boston University, and Visiting Fellow at Chatham House, Centre on Global Health Security, will be presenting a seminar titled, The Legal Ecology of Resistance, or Why Normal IP Rules Shouldn’t Apply to Antibiotics.

The seminar will be taking place at the Centre for Intellectual Property & Information Law (CIPIL), University of Cambridge, on Thursday 24th April, at 6pm.

Alumnus Professor Outterson will be discussing the role of patent laws in aiding bacterial resistance to anti-invective medicines, the growing understand of the ineffectiveness of the pharmaceutical business model, and the search for new approaches.

More information can be found on the CIPIL website.