S. Horowitz Institute for Intellectual Property


The S. Horowitz Institute for IP in memory of Dr. Amnon Goldenberg, which is part of the Faculty of Law at Tel Aviv University, aims to promote the progress of IP law and practices by supporting research and the study of IP, by facilitating the exchange of ideas both locally and globally, and by offering policymakers unbiased input.


The S. Horowitz Institute for IP explores copyright, patents, trademarks and trade secrets, as well as neighbouring rights. The Institute focuses on the public domain and on the proprietary features of IP, and on the tensions between them.  The Institute’s intention is to facilitate innovative, interdisciplinary research that acknowledges that the law in general and IP in particular are social tools.


The institute invites Researchers and Students to apply for the Amnon Goldenberg IP Prizes for original research works in the Hebrew language, click here for information


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