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Milhan Ikram Mohamed's picture

Email

mim27@cam.ac.uk

Education CV

  • PhD in Law, University of Cambridge
  • Master of Laws, First Class*, University of Cambridge
    • Jesuan Scholar 2012
    • Glanville Williams Scholar
  • Bachelor of Laws, First Class, University of London International Programmes
    • Gold Medal for best results in 2010
    • Gold Medal for maiden First Class in Sri Lanka
    • Academic Achievement Award for best results
  • Attorney at Law of the Supreme Court of Sri Lanka
    • First Class at Bar examinations at the Law College of Sri Lanka

Fields of research

Intellectual Property Law and International Intellectual Property Law

 

Unravelling the rule against the discrimination of fields of technology under the patent rules of the TRIPS Agreement.

Summary

Milhan’s thesis investigated the rule against the 'discrimination' of fields of technlogy in TRIPS Article 27.1 to unravel the type of autonomy that has and should been preserved on the part of the Members of the WTO to subject fields of technology to differential treatment without violating this TRIPS provision.

Supervisors

Dr. Henning Grosse-Ruse Khan

Start Date

Oct 2015

End date

Nov 2018