Emeritus Professor David Price

Emeritus Professor International Law School of Law, Charles Darwin University .

Prof. David Price is Associate Professor in Law at Charles Darwin University, Darwin, Australia. He holds degrees in international relations, industrial history, Chinese, and law, and has been awarded professional fellowships in management and business. His major areas of academic research and teaching are intellectual property law, public international law, and international trade law. He has published widely on intellectual property protection regimes in the Middle East and other developing regions, and the impact of bilateral and regional trade agreements on domestic intellectual property protection. He has worked, consulted, and researched in institutions in Australia, UK, Europe, and the Middle East. During 1998-2001 he was principal of Sohar College for Applied Sciences (now Sohar University), Sultanate of Oman. Professor Price’s seminal work on intellectual property protection in the Arabian Gulf states of the Middle East, based on his doctoral research, was published by Routledge Cavendish (Taylor and Francis Group) in 2009 and is currently being updated. The second edition of his text on Intellectual Property Laws in Australia, published by LexisNexis Butterworths, is due for release in late 2015. Professor Price is a member of the International Bar Association and of LAWASIA. He is also a member of the Board of the Northern Territory (Australia) Council of Law Reporting and an editor of the Northern Territory Law Journal. He holds a Visiting Professorship in the Faculty of Law, Universitas Gajah Mada, Indonesia.

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