Wednesday 8 February 2012

'How to Fix Copyright': seminar opens for registration

The 1709 Blog has another seminar coming up, as previously announced, on Tuesday 3 April 2012.  We have a speaker, a subject and a time (author, commentator and music-lover William Patry, "How to Fix Copyright" and breakfast, 8.30am to 10am -- though registration begins at 8am).  Now we also have a venue, thanks to the generosity of London-based international law firm Bird & Bird LLP in their lovely premises at 15 Fetter Lane, London EC4 (you can find the venue here).

If you'd like to attend, please email the 1709 Blog c/o me here and let me know, using the subject line "Fixit".  There is no admission fee and there are no other registration formalities. It may take me a little time to acknowledge your emails, but don't panic -- there's plenty of time till April.

This blogger has fond memories of William Patry's Stephen Stewart Lecture on Metaphors and Moral Panics (noted by the IPKat here), which also had a cameo appearance of Shaun the Sheep. Let's see if William, and Shaun for that matter, can put up an equally good show this time!

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