Public Forum: Copyright and Fair Use Privilege
Wednesday, February 20, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM
The University of Tulsa College of Law cordially invites you to attend a public forum sponsored by the Chapman Trusts and hosted by Professor Robert Spoo, Chapman Distinguished Chair in Law. The event is at the John Rogers Hall Courtroom, is free and is open to the community. The TU College of Law will provide the legal community with one hour of CLE credit at no cost. Advance registration is preferred, but not required. Contact Barbette Veit for more information. Lunch will be provided (while supplies last).
"Use It or Lose It: Copyright and Fair Use for Researchers and Scholars"
Gain insight into the baffling, fascinating world of copyright law, an understanding of the mysterious Fair Use privilege, and answers to a common question: “Can I reproduce portions of a copyrighted work, without permission, for purely scholarly purposes?”
The TU College of Law is bringing together a diverse group of recognized scholars in the areas of law, literature, library science, and museum administration to discuss these crucial issues in a public forum that will encourage audience participation.
Distinguished Panelists include:
Adrian Alexander, R.M. and Ida McFarlin Dean of the Library,
The University of Tulsa
Kevin J. H. Dettmar, W. M. Keck Professor and Chair of English, Pomona College.
Sam Halabi, Assistant Professor, The University of Tulsa College of Law
Peter Jaszi, Professor and Director of the Glushko-Samuelson Intellectual Property Clinic, Washington College of Law, American University
Sean Latham, Pauline Walter Professor of English and Comparative Literature,
Editor of the James Joyce Quarterly, The University of Tulsa
Brendan O’Neill, Editor, Literature and Cinema Studies,
Oxford University Press, New York
Kate O’Neill, Professor, University of Washington School of Law
Robert Pickering, Applied Associate Professor of Museum Science and Management and Anthropology, Senior Curator of the Gilcrease Museum,
The University of Tulsa
Tamara Piety, Professor and Associate Dean of Faculty Development,
The University of Tulsa College of Law
Paul K. Saint-Amour, Associate Professor and Graduate Chair of English, University of Pennsylvania
Robert Spoo, Professor and Chapman Distinguished Chair,The University of Tulsa College of Law
Laura Stevens, Associate Professor of English and Editor of Tulsa
Studies in Women’s Literature, The University of Tulsa
We look forward to a diverse audience, including faculty
and students in law, humanities, and other disciplines, local attorneys,
and anyone interested in the topic.