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Monday, 23 November 2015

Meeting the Legal Needs of the Creative Industries: an intensive course

"Copyright Law: Meeting the Legal Needs of the Creative Industries in the 21st Century" is the title of a forthcoming course at University College London (UCL). Running from Monday 18 to Friday 22 January 2016, its aim is to help young practitioners, advising in accordance with current statutes and existing contracts, to look to the future and explore copyright and related laws in a digital context together with imminent legal developments.

The Faculty has a strong 1709 Blog flavour to it.  Apart from the fact that the course convenor is one of this blog's founder members, Amanda Harcourt, the speakers include both Eleonora Rosati (Southampton University and e-LAWnora) and John Enser (Olswang LLP). A full list of speakers can be accessed along with the course content and brochure by clicking here.

Do please note the following guidance:
As the UCL Law Faculty is currently virtually “homeless” because of building works, the Faculty will be securing an outside venue for this conference. Choice of venue will, naturally, be dependent upon numbers. As a consequence applications for entry from attendees will close on Wednesday 16 December 2015.

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