This seminar focuses on the role of authors, artists and performers in the creative process, and examines ways in which their treatment under intellectual property law fosters -- and sometimes inhibits -- the development of new and creative literary and... (2 pts.)
This course will examine laws, legal principles and special policy issues relevant to the legal treatment of art and cultural heritage. A detailed class schedule, with reading assignments and guest speaker information, will be handed out at the first... Learn more
This seminar will study the comparative treatment of selected problems in mass media law by the United States, the United Kingdom, the European Court of Human Rights and some transitional democracies in the former Soviet bloc. Particular attention will... Learn more
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