Arab Society for Intellectual Property  (ASIP)

Arab Society for Intellectual Property (ASIP)

Arab Society for Intellectual Property (ASIP)

The Arab Society for Intellectual Property (ASIP) is a non-profit organization that was established on February 23, 1987 in Munich Germany, by some of the top practitioners of the many fields of intellectual property (IP) in the Arab region, headed by Mr. Talal Abu-Ghazaleh. Its mission is to bring together the IP professionals and practitioners in the Arab region and to help build awareness and understanding of intellectual property issues and their dynamics.

ASIP works to foster the development of intellectual property laws and systems, the IP profession in the Arab region, and the building of capacities among Arab practitioners. ASIP implements a broad range of activities, such as assisting in the development of IP laws and systems, holding seminars, workshops, teaching and training courses, research projects as well as through its many publications.

Through many years of experience, ASIP has developed several long-term and short-term training programs on IP, including some of the most advanced topics in the field. ASIP has continuously developed programs to meet the needs of the IP professionals working with today’s economy. Additionally, among other training programs are various short-term training programs, as well as the long-term IP Expert program developed by ASIP, the Arab Certified Intellectual Property Practitioner Program (ACIPP).


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