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Legal protection of creations of the mind

Third public lecture within the cycle of NELT Educational program will be presented by dr Đorđe Krivokapić

9 Feb


Thursday, 9. feb



Program Language



Nova Iskra



About the lecture

The lecture Legal protection of mind creations will try to provide an answer to the question – how to develop new products and provide legal protection that allows the development of a business model?

For many years, the production activity transfers from the production halls to technological and creative industries. New products are dominant and new business models are based on the creations of the mind, which arrive to the audience and consumers through the new global distribution chains. Interlinked and multimedia environment in the process of research and product development requires the cooperation of a wide range of stakeholders with different knowledge and skills.

Intangible assets represent the backbone of the new digital economy.

From April 2016 until March 2017, NELT is organizing the second cycle of its Nelt Educational Program for students, in collaboration with Nova Iskra and Gallery 12 Hub. The aim is for the participants to develop practical skills form the domains of design and new media, through teamwork and inspiration that will empower them to turn their ideas into real projects, whose further development may be supported by NELT.


Djordje Krivokapic

Đorđe Krivokapić


Đorđe Krivokapić is a lawyer by education, but choose mutual influence of modern society and technology as his primary professional focus and scientific interest. He finished his undergraduate studies at the Faculty of Law in Belgrade. He got his LL.M. diploma (Master of Legal Science) at the Faculty of Law University of Pittsburgh (USA), after which he worked for two years as a trainee at the law firm Karanović & Nikolić. During his doctoral studies at the Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade, he studied at Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University Law School.

Since 2012, he is involved in SHARE Foundation where he leads a team of multidisciplinary researchers in dozens of projects in the field of Internet freedoms and digital rights as a program director. Đorđe is actively engaged in research and advocacy of better public policies in the fields of law intersection and technologies at national and European level, through academic work, engagements in the context of civil society, institutions and economy counseling, educational programs and public appearances.