d. monitor developments and conduct legal research on issues related to international and domestic copyright and related rights, including issues related to copyright in the digital environment; g.T and good knowledge of another official language of the United Nations and/or a language relevant to WIPO`s domain name procedure (see www.wipo.int/amc/en/domains). b. To keep abreast of developments and conduct legal research on Internet dispute resolution in order to maintain and expand WIPO`s role in this area. A minimum of three years of relevant legal professional experience in the public or private sector is required. The main role of the incumbent is to assist Member States in drafting and updating their national legislation, as well as in respecting and implementing WIPO treaties on copyright and related rights, and in conducting legal research and draft legal documents relating to mutual legal assistance and treaty compliance and implementation. The incumbent contributes to the legal and organizational work of the Center, including the development of dispute resolution policies supported by the Center, tailored to local and regional needs and ensuring their implementation. As Associate Legal Officer, the incumbent contributes to the legal and organizational work of the Section by participating in the planning and supervision of the administration of Internet-based dispute resolution procedures. e. Plan and prepare initial drafts of legal documents related to copyright and related rights for review by senior colleagues, including conducting legal research to prepare documents, studies, memoranda, correspondence and other types of documents upon request; Ability to design, conduct research and analyze defined aspects of legal issues. Experience conducting legal research in the field of copyright and related rights. Knowledge of the legal basis of copyright and related rights. Please note that the salary shown here is an estimate of UN Talent based on location and type of contract.
This may vary from one organization to another. The recruiter should be able to inform you about the exact salary range. If the job description contains additional salary information, please refer to it. General understanding of intellectual property and alternative dispute resolution. Understanding of the use of information technology in dispute resolution processes. Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills. Excellent written and oral communication skills as well as excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to maintain effective partnerships and working relationships in a multicultural environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity. Flexibility and team spirit. Ability to work quickly and accurately under pressure. Lightness and tact in personal contact at all levels. Applications are welcome from qualified women, qualified nationals from unrepresented WIPO Member States and underrepresented geographical regions.
Please click on the links below to view the list of unrepresented Member States and the list of underrepresented regions and WIPO Member States in these regions. f.â â â University degree in intellectual property and/or alternative dispute resolution. IMPORTANT NOTE ON APPLICATION DEADLINE: Please note that the application deadline is in local time depending on the time zone of the applicant`s location. (a) Contribute to the establishment, implementation and promotion of new dispute resolution strategies supported by the Center, including with the intellectual property administrations of Member States, in areas such as information and communication technologies and copyright and digital content; At WIPO, we are looking for talented people from around the world to help us develop the global IP system. We employ a variety of roles: from software engineers to designers, lawyers, statisticians and more. Detailed information on salaries, benefits and allowances can be found in the WIPO Staff Regulations and Rules. By completing an application, applicants understand that any deliberate misrepresentation on this website or other documents submitted to WIPO during the application may result in exclusion from the recruitment process or termination of employment with WIPO at a later date, if such employment is due to such deliberate misrepresentation. One. Plan and prepare the first draft legislative and regulatory recommendations relating to the international and national protection of copyright and related rights for consideration by senior colleagues; « I can help Caribbean creatives value the work they do » – Carol Simpson, Head of the Caribbean Division.
Other benefits, which vary by category and level, may include: The incumbent operates under the supervision of the Head of the Business Development Unit. In case your application is shortlisted, you must provide a scanned copy of an ID and the required diplomas/diplomas/certificates for that position in advance.