February 21st, 2017
Tuesday 7th March
6:00pm for 6:30pm
King & Wood Mallesons
Governor Phillip Tower,
1 Farrer Place, Sydney
Don't miss the CAMLA Young Lawyers networking event for young lawyers with an interest in the media and communications industries.
This year's panel will discuss their career paths and professional highlights and challenges:
The finalists of the CAMLA essay competition will also be announced.
$20.00 (incl GST)
February 21st, 2017
In March the Australian Copyright Council will host three webinars dedicated to the professional development of legal practitioners.
Over three weeks we will live stream hour-long webinars for legal practitioners to gain CPD/CLE units* and brush up on their copyright knowledge. Topics include:
•Hot Topics: Summarising some of the major happenings in Australia and overseas in 2016 with reference to proposed amendments to the Copyright Act and to the implications of the Productivity Commission.
•Managing copyright risk in your legal practice: For lawyers seeking to understand this specialised area of law in a practical sense as it applies in their day to day work.
•Social Media for Lawyers: We take a close look at copyright issues relevant to legal practitioners to work out what your rights and responsibilities are online.
Prices start from $90 per session with the first webinar scheduled for March 8 at 12:30pm AEDST. \
Bookings and registrations can be made at:
For enquiries please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 02 9101 2377.
*Legal practitioners may claim Continuing Legal Education (CLE) units for sessions relevant to their continuing professional development (CPD) and practice of law, excepting practitioners in Western Australia
February 7th, 2017
CAMLA seminar: Fair Use, Flexibility, Innovation and Creativity
6:15pm for a 6:30pm start
(followed by drinks and canapés)
Clayton Utz, Level 15, 1 Bligh Street, Sydney
The Productivity Commission’s IP report has once again brought fair use and flexibility to the fore in the Australian copyright debate. The PC says it is important for productivity and innovation, others say it means uncertainty for creators. This is a rare opportunity to hear the world’s leading experts on fair use to discuss how it works in practice, what it would mean for Australians, and why there is a global trend towards more flexibility in copyright.
Our distinguished panel:
Professor Patricia Aufderheide, University Professor, School of Communication, American University and Fulbright Scholar 2017
Professor Sean Flynn, Associate Director, Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property Professorial Lecturer in Residence, American University
Professor Michael Geist, Chair of Internet & E-commerce Law, University of Ottawa
Professor Peter Jaszi, Glushko-Samuelson Intellectual Property Clinic, American University
Bill Patry, Author of Patry on Copyright (the definitive eight volume treatise on US Copyright law) and Senior Copyright Counsel, Google
The seminar will be moderated by Tim Webb, partner, Clayton Utz
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