Lesley Ellen Harris will be signing copies of her book Canadian Copyright Law
, 4th Edition. About the book:
Copyright law is very complicated. The purpose of this book is to demystify Canadian Copyright Law and set out its fundamental principles in everyday language. This book is written for those who create copyright materials, use copyright materials, acquire the rights to content, and share and disseminate content. Its audience is the individual as well as those who work in institutions and organizations in a broad range of fields including cultural, entertainment, education, information and computer software, whether for-profit or nonprofit organizations, and whether your use of content is for commercial or noncommercial or personal purposes. Many of us share the same experience in that the internet and digital content and distribution has made copyright everyone’s business. About the author:
Lesley is a lawyer, author and educator. She’s also a mom, wife, dog owner (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel), tennis player, kayaker, and loves walking anywhere in the world. She’s an avid Scrabble player and knows the 101 2-letter words acceptable in the Scrabble dictionary.
Lesley began working in copyright in the summer of 1984 while a law student at Osgoode Hall Law School