• Kirchner & Kirchner-Freis

  • Research Projects and Advisory Opinions

  • IT Law

  • Intellectual Property Law

  • German Law - EU Law - International Law

  • Media Law

  • Research, Teaching and Science Transfer

Profile

IT, Media and Intellectual Property Law

The Institute for IT, Media and Intellectual Property Law is an independent and non-profit research institute based in Bremen, Germany. It has an interdisciplinary approach and co-operates with different local, national and international research institutions. 

The Institute for IT, Media and Intellectual Property Law is dealing with questions of legal implementation and law making as well as recent problems of German, EU and international IT, Media and Intellectual property law. The work of the Institute includes i.a. the following activities:

  • academic lecturing,
  • participating in public research projects and publishing of scientific results,
  • documentation of the institute's research,
  • advising and information of parliaments, administrations and courts as well as industry,
  • delivering expert opinion.

The Institute for IT, Media and Intellectual Property Law works under the freedom of science, research and teaching according to Art. 5 (3) and Art. 19 (3) of the Basic Law for the Federal Republic of Germany (Deutsche Grundgesetz) and respects the Recommendations of the Commission on Professional Self Regulation in Science (DFG).