2016 events at the Centre for Law, Society and Popular Culture
12 January 2016
Firstly, we have the Film Matters 2016 series, which includes films as part of the Law and Artificial Intelligence series that began in 2015.
Secondly, we have a series of events as part of the Theory Meets Practice series. Details are below along with links containing more details and how to book. All are welcome to these sessions but booking is essential.
- Stuart Barry: Soundtracks and Music: Synchronisation Rights in Practice, 8 February 2016
- Simon Anderson: Music, copyright and plagiarism, 10 February 2016
- Christian Armbruster: A Civil Law Perspective on Merchandising - Celebrity and Image, 22 February 2016
- Daniel Geey and Jonny Madill (Sheridans) and Pete Hackleton (Saffery Champness): Image Rights in Football, 3 March 2016
Further events will be announced in due course but please sign up for what promises to be an exciting and eclectic series of events.
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