Students and Graduates – Unlock Your Potential in Intellectual Property Law on IP Day!

Why Spoor & Fisher?

Please join us for our upcoming IP Day event on 11 July 2024, hosted at our Centurion Office. Stay tuned for updates regarding our Cape Town Office, as details are to be confirmed (TBC).


  • Centurion Office: 11 July 2024
  • Cape Town Office: To Be Confirmed (TBC)

About IP Day

Are you ready to explore the exciting world of Intellectual Property law and discover where your future could lead? IP Day is your gateway to understanding the dynamic field of Intellectual Property and its impact on innovation, technology, and business.

What do we value?

Why Attend IP Day?

Discover the Fascinating World of IP: Intellectual Property may seem complex, but we’re here to demystify it for you. Learn about patents, trademarks, copyrights, and more in an engaging and accessible format.

Connect

Connect with Industry Experts: Get insights from seasoned IP professionals who will share their experiences, insights, and career journeys in the field. Discover the diverse opportunities available in IP law and how you can make your mark.

Unlock

Unlock Your Potential: Whether you’re a problem-solver, a communicator, or a strategic thinker, there’s a place for you in IP law. Explore how your skills and passions align with the exciting challenges and opportunities in this dynamic field.

Who Should Attend? IP Day is perfect for students who:

Are curious about the intersection of law, technology, and innovation.
Possess strong analytical skills and enjoy solving complex problems.
Have excellent communication abilities and enjoy collaborating with diverse teams.
Value ethical integrity and professionalism in their career pursuits.
How to Submit an Application for IP Day:

Please email the following documents to articles@spoor.com

  • Your CV
  • Latest academic record copy
  • Identity document copy
  • Grade 12/Matric certificate copy
  • Cover letter
  • NB: In the subject line, kindly include “Application: IP Day,” followed by your Surname and Initials
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