The Law for Designers

Australian Design Centre | 3-Aug-2021
Australian Design Centre and Arts Law present a webinar The Law for Designers' . This webinar session will walk you through copyright, licensing, contracts - the issues that designers need to know.
The Law for Designers
Image: Workshopped20, exhibition view, 2019. Photo: Australian Design Centre
Confused about copyright? Not confident with contracts? Want to know how to protect yourself and your designs?

This webinar session will walk you through copyright, licensing, contracts - the issues that designers need to know. Let the experts help you understand the legal issues that come up when running a successful design practice and equip you with the skills to negotiate better deals, advocate for yourself and implement best practice.

Whether you are an emerging designer or have an established practice, this professional development session will give you the knowledge you need for a sustainable design business. Attendees will be able to ask questions during the session.

This webinar will be hosted by Roxanne Lorenz, a solicitor at Arts Law where she advises artists and organisations on a range of legal areas; most commonly intellectual property (copyright, moral rights and trademarks), contracts, confidentiality, consumer, defamation and insurance laws. Roxanne understands the commercial realities for creators and creative organisations protecting their intellectual property.

Presented as part of the exhibition WORKSHOPPED21: New Furniture, Lighting and Object Design.
This is a one-hour session followed by a 30-minute audience Q & A.

When: 19 August, 12.30pm - 2:00pm
Where: Online via Zoom
Free: bookings required

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