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Session Tackles Ins/Outs of Intellectual Property Law

A Bush Campus Center audience learns what is – and what isn't – copyright-protected ...
A Bush Campus Center audience learns what is – and what isn’t – copyright-protected …
... during an informative session with attorney Austin P. White.
… during an informative session with attorney Austin P. White.
Librarians (foreground from left) Judy J. Zebrowski, Patricia A. Scott and Alan W. Buck are among those who help students and employees balance copyright and academic "fair use."
Librarians (foreground from left) Judy J. Zebrowski, Patricia A. Scott and Alan W. Buck are among those who help students and employees balance copyright and academic “fair use.”

One of the attorneys overseeing Penn College’s trademark/copyright issues presented a professional development session this past week that offered a glimpse into the permitted use of protected material for educational purposes. Held in Penn’s Inn and open to employees and students – particularly those in paralegal/legal assistant majors – “Stay Legal: Third-Party Content in the Classroom” featured Austin P. White, of the McCormick Law Firm. The session was organized by The Copyright and Fair Use Advisory Committee, Madigan Library and the college’s Professional Development Office.
Photos by Tia G. La, student photographer

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