Fair Use Week Panel | Harvard University, Dudley House Common Room | February 26, 2015, 10:00 am – 11:30 am | As part of Fair Use Week 2015, a series of events created to celebrate the role of “fair use” in intellectual property law for advancing the arts and sciences, Clinical Fellow Andy Sellars will take part in a panel discussion on its importance. Andy will be joined by Peter Hirtle, Berkman Center Research Fellow and Senior Policy Advisor to the Cornell University Library, and Ellen Duranceau, Program Manager for MIT’s Office of Scholarly Publishing, Copyright & Licensing. Come for an engaging discussion of the role of fair use in the law, academia, and more!
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