Mari Minn, lecturer
e-mail: mari dot minn at taltech dot ee
Mari Minn works as a lecturer in Technology Law at Tallinn University of Technology. Her research area includes intellectual property law, issues related to pharmaceutical patents (orphan drugs, inventions related to personalized medicines), cumulative patenting and competition law. M. Minn holds a PhD in Technology Law (Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna), a master’s degree in European Intellectual Property Law (Stockholm University), a Diploma in International Relations (Estonian School of Diplomacy) and a master’s degree in Law (Tallinn University). She has been a visiting lecturer at Hanken School of Economics and at the IPR University Center, Finland. She has been a speaker at several international conferences (including the ATRIP Annual Congress, Queen Mary University of London, European University Institute) and published in recognized international academic journals (Oxford University Press, Brill Publishing, Sweet & Maxwell among others). In 2014, she received a 3-year Italian Government scholarship for PhD and in 2017 STEPI Grant for conducting research for the STI Policy Review. M. Minn speaks English, Portuguese, and Italian in addition to Estonian.
Topics of supervision: intellectual property law, issues related to pharmaceutical patents (orphan drugs, inventions related to personalized medicines), cumulative patenting and competition law.