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Creative practice and the law

By Marett Leiboff

Abstract

This book explores the relationship between law and creative practice, or more particularly, how creative practices can be shaped by law. \ud \ud Not a 'law book' in the usual sense, Creative Practice and the Law has been written with a non-legal audience in mind. Drawing on key principles of the law to provide 'basics' that can be used to guide creators in their use of content, the book shows why the law may affect their practice, rather than describing or instructing on the law itself. It includes an overview of the legal landscape - legal method, approach and system – to provide a background as to why the law affects creators as it does

Topics: 180199 Law not elsewhere classified, 180122 Legal Theory Jurisprudence and Legal Interpretation, 180199 Law not elsewhere classified
Publisher: Lawbook Co.
Year: 2007
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.qut.edu.au:15362
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