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The Law of Competition and Trademarks - LML4802

Under Graduate Degree Semester module NQF level: 8 Credits: 12
Module presented in English,Afrikaans
Pre-requisite: PVL3703
Recommendation: Should be taken together with or follow on SCL1501 and ILW1501
Purpose: The primary purpose of this module is to equip students with graduate-level knowledge, specific skills, applied competence to execute this knowledge and insight into the law of competition and trademarks. The module ensures that the leadership base of innovative and knowledge-based economic and scholarly activity in trade mark and competition law is broadened. Students can practice as attorneys or advocates, legal advisors, trade mark examiners, magistrates, judges, mediators, and arbitrators. This module will also ensure that the leadership base of innovative and knowledge-based economic and scholarly activity in trade mark and competition law is broadened. Finally, the module aims to provide both the South African and the global community with lawyers who are empowered to accept their responsibility to use and develop the trade mark and competition law systems towards the realization of a just society based on constitutional democracy within a world legal order.