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Parveen Tamadon-Nejad

Parveen Tamadon-Nejad

Lecturer

  • Maxwell 319
  • T: 0161 295 2478
  • E: p.tamadon-nejad@salford.ac.uk

Office Times

  • Monday 11.00am - 12.00pm
  • Tuesday 9.00am - 10.00am

Biography

After graduating from the University of Liverpool, Parveen started her academic career in the School of Business teaching business law. Prior to commencing her degree, Parveen was involved in the arts and still regularly provides legal consultation to those within the creative industries on matters relating to contract and intellectual property rights.

Parveen has collaborated with bands and recording studios on providing protection for artists through inter band agreements, and in the publishing industry to both authors and publishers. Recently Parveen was consulted on an art installation and the contractual implications between artists and photographers regarding copyright ownership She has spent the last two years as a regular guest on BBC radio Manchester’s Coffee Club.

Teaching

LLB: Intellectual Property Law Module Leader(year 3)

LLM: International Aspects of Intellectual Property Law (International Business Law and Regulation)

LLM: Health Care Law, Programme leader:

Placement Tutor

Research Interests

Intellectual property law and health care system

Human enhancement

Copyright and anonymous works

Qualifications and Memberships

  • LLM
  • PGCE (FAHE)
  • LLB (Hons)

Publications

‘Information Systems Frontiers' – Springer Publication ISN 1572-9419