Is intellectual property law a good career choice?
That was one of the questions with which students of Norman Manley Law School contended this past week as the Norman Manley Law Students’ Association hosted Career Week.
Chad Lawrence, associate of Samuda & Johnson, attorney-at-law, helped them arrive at an asnwer when he spoke Monday about the importance of the practice of intellectual property law not just in Jamaica but across the world.
Lawrence advised that the market for the specialisation is vibrant, especially in an area when the average person is becoming more conscious about their intellectual property. He emphasised, too, that there’s an increased demand in the sport, entertainment and tourism sectors for professionals specialising in intellectual property, particularly because our country continues to produce exemplary athletes, entertainers and other individuals who keep Brand Jamaica at the centre of attention.
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