Posts by Oskar Luong
"It is, to me at least, regrettable that because these apparently simple words [computer programs ... as such] have no clear meaning both our courts and the Technical …
Oskar Luong is a law student at Heidelberg University, Germany. He has published academic articles on international law. As a classical pianist, Oskar has a strong personal interest in intellectual property law. He was a registered visiting student reading law at the University of Oxford, St Catherine’s College. Prior to that, Oskar studied law at UNSW Sydney and achieved a distinction average mark (Scholar Medallion). He worked as a research assistant for the Max Planck Foundation for International Peace and the Rule of Law, Germany, and as a stagiaire for AG Kokott, the German Advocate General at the Court of Justice of the European Union. Oskar was also a legal trainee in antitrust law at Gibson Dunn in Brussels.