Heilongjiang IP Office Has Cooperation Exchanges with John Marshall Law School

To strengthen the knowledge on intellectual property (IP) practices of the United States for IP departments and universities and colleges in the province of Heilongjiang, Heilongjiang Intellectual Property Office (HIPO) Deputy Director Zhang Yi led a delegation to visit the China Intellectual Property Training Center on June 30, and held a working meeting with Professor Yuan Danji, Director of the China Intellectual Property Resource Center of the United States John Marshall Law School.

During the meeting, Zhang Yi introduced the development of IP program at universities and colleges in Heilongjiang and the building of the national IP training base, and expressed the intention of cooperation in the globally competitive personnel training. Yuan Danji introduced the general information of John Marshall Law School, listed examples of successful cooperation with China's organizations, and expressed appreciation on HIPO's proposal on IP personnel training. The two sides also discussed the intention on mutual visits, laying a solid foundation for further development of bilateral cooperation.

The historic and dynamic John Marshall Law School was founded in 1899. It signed official cooperation agreement with the State Intellectual Property Office in 1994 and the two sides started to launch joint master program in 2001. (Translated from SIPO Website Chinese Version)