Professor Ryuichiro Senmoto, Professor Emeritus of Doshisha University, lawyer, who is a world professor in the field of intellectual property rights law, passed away on April 5th.I was 81 years old.
Currently, intellectual property rights law is an extremely important legal field that supports the foundations of Japanese industry, but once it was a minor field, it was not attracting much attention, and even lectures were held at major universities. It was not a situation.At that time, Prof. Sengen quickly focused on the potential of this field. After graduating from Kyoto University Law School, he was promoted to research and educational activities as a pioneer in Japanese industrial property law research. He served in important positions such as a permanent director of the Law and Law Association, and had a great achievement.He was also active internationally and served as a WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization) arbitrator and a visiting researcher at the Institute for Intangible Property Rights at the University of Paris.
While teaching at Doshisha University, Kyoto Computer Gakuin also has a special lecture on intellectual property rights every year, fascinating many students with its skillful narratives, and accumulating intellectual property rights articles Was the foundation of intellectual property education at Kyoto Computer Gakuin.
He became a professor at the opening of Kyoto University of Information Graduate School. It was.
I would like to express my sincere appreciation for the great contributions made to the development of the University, and I wish you a peaceful eternal sleep.