A Collection of Impossible Ideas - Copyright Law
Are you interested in what copyright law could look like if we started with a blank slate? Free of treaty obligations, business models and politics, what might copyright law be like in the future if it were designed to further the public interest?
Monash Law School would like to invite you to register for our 23 January complimentary webcast, facilitated by Dr Rebecca Giblin, Director of Graduate Studies at Monash Law School. Dr Giblin will present the results of ‘ a collection of impossible ideas’, a thought provoking project that explores how the law could better procure to creators the fruits of their labours, ensure better outcomes for the world’s most disadvantaged populations and solve orphan works.
You’re invited you to take part in this special conversation by tuning in on 23 January.
Can’t make the date? Everyone who registers will receive via email the full video, audio and slide deck of the presentation. So, if your schedule is tight, you can watch it in your own time.
Register to reserve your place now.
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