Tuesday 27th and Wednesday 28th JUNE, 2006
VENUE: Birkbeck, University of London, Clore Lecture
Theatre, Clore Management Centre, Torrington Square, London. WC1,
UK. Map and details of accommodation listed below.
now for downloading as pdf. document.
Registration form: A registration form can be downloaded
here for completion and return with payment by fax or post to Valerie
Kelley. The form is in Adobe Acrobat (pdf) format. To view this
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registration form for payment by credit card is also
Conference registration only (£130)
Conference registration with dinner (£170)
Conference registration only, student rate (£75)
Conference registration with dinner, student rate (£100)
Day rate only £70
Date rate with dinner £100
Student day rate £35
Student day rate with dinner £60
THEMES, SPEAKERS AND ABSTRACTS
Theoretical Framework of Copyright Law
Professor Neil Netanel, UCLA School of Law
Why Has Copyright Expanded?
Professor Ian Eagles, Faculty of Law, University
Copyright and the Sequel: What Happens
Work in progress paper available as .pdf
- click here
Dr Stina Teilmann, University of Southern
Copying: from Wrong to Right
Paper available as .pdf -
Professor Paul Heald, School of Law, University
Copyright Ownership and Efficient
Exploitation: An Empirical Study of American Works Before and After
They Enter the Public Domain.
Globalisation, Convergence and Divergence
Associate Professor Louise Longdin, Department
of Commercial Law, University of Auckland
Copyright: The Last Trade Barrier in
a Globalised World?
Paper available as .pdf -
Professor Graeme Dinwoodie, Chicago-Kent
College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology, US, and Queen
Mary Intellectual Property Research Institute, University of London.
Foreign and International Influences
on National Copyright Law: A Surprisingly Rich Picture?
Professor Joost Smiers and Marieke van Schijndel,
Utrecht School of the Arts
Testing new business models for artists
in a world without copyright.
Powerpoint presentation - click here
Dr Christophe Germann, Lecturer in international
intellectual property law, University of Berne; Attorney at Law,
Promoting Trade Related Cultural
Diversity against National Treatment for Copyright
Developments in Rights Neighbouring on Copyright
Michael Handler, School of Law, University of New
Continuing Problems with Film Copyright
Dr Pascal Kamina, Professor at the University
of Poitiers and Attorney at Law of the Paris Bar
New developments in the field of performers'
Protection of Traditional Knowledge and Culture
Dr Andreas Rahmatian, Department of Accounting,
Finance and Law,
University of Stirling
Universalist norms for a globalised
diversity: on the protection of traditional cultural expressions
Robynne Quiggin, solicitor/consultant, Vincent-Quiggin
How much is too much?
Dr Alex Tawanda Magaisa, Financial Services
" Making Knowledge Make Cents”
– Law and Traditional Knowledge Systems in Development
Copyright and the New Technologies
Joseph Savirimuthu, Faculty of Law, University
P2P@software(e).com: Or the
Art of Cyberspace 2.0
Emily Hudson, Centre for Media and Communications
Law, University of Melbourne
Copyright Exceptions: Fair Dealing
and Fair Use in the Context of Cultural Institutions
Dr Birgitte Andersen, School of Management, Birkbeck, University
The Strength of Copyright in the Digital Age
Copyright, Corporate Power and Human Rights
Professor Fiona Macmillan, School of Law, Birkbeck,
University of London
Copyright, the World Trade Organization, and Cultural Self-Determination.
Professor Helle Porsdam, Center for American
Studies, University of Southern Denmark
On European Narratives of Human
Rights and their Possible Implications for Copyright
Leslie Treiger-Bar-Am, St John's College,
Authors’ Rights as a Limit
to Copyright Control
available as .pdf -
of Conference Venue/Area: Click on the building marked
2 (the Clore Management Centre, where the Clore Lecture Theatre
is located) on the left-hand map to reveal a larger map of the area.
Conference Papers: These will be published on this
website under 'Publications' in 2006 and as a bound volume entitled
'New Directions in Copyright Law Volume VI' by Edward Elgar.