Webinar (pre-recorded): Copyright Amendment (Disability Access and Other Measures) Act 2017

Do you understand how the amendment of the Copyright Act will impact you or your organisation? 

What changes will you need to consider? What can you do to prepare?

Who it affects: Libraries, Educational Institutions, Archives, Galleries & Museums

Who is this webinar for?

  • Copyright professionals
  • Museum & gallery professionals
  • Library and archive professionals
  • Educators & administrators in educational institutions

Australian Copyright Council CEO, Fiona Phillips discuss' the impact of the Copyright Amendment Act on Educational and Cultural Institutions as well as copyright professionals providing practical guidance on how to prepare.  

Duration: 1hr 
Cost: $30


This webinar may meet mandatory professional development requirements.
Check with your professional organisation.
An attendance certificate can be provided upon request

Australian Copyright Council Webinar Series 
The Australian Copyright Council's webinar training provides a platform to engage with continued learning from any location. With targeted sessions throughout the year, our copyright experts delve into topics regarding content management, protection, and distribution across various industries with reference to case law and real life examples. Helping you to break down the complexities of copyright law as it applies to your own practice, our webinars are available to both individual and group registrations.

Legal webinars and CPD training for 2017

In March the Australian Copyright Council hosted three webinars for legal practitioners to update their copyright knowledge and attain CPD units*. The recorded sessions are now available for purchase, and cover 
topics suited for the attainment of Practice Management CPD units. Purchases and further details are available HERE.


Hot Topics

  • proposed amendments to the Copyright Act;
  • implications of the recent site-blocking cases under section 115A; and
  • 'where to' from the Productivity Commission report.

Managing copyright risk in your legal practice

  • copyright in your precedents and publications;
  • using copyright exceptions for professional legal advice;
  • accessing, sharing, and using third party content.

Social Media for Lawyers 

  • Social media terms and conditions
  • Linking and sharing third party material
  • User-generated content
  • Managing infringement online
  • What's happening overseas

Webinar recording now available  ​

*We can provide attendance certificates on request only. Some sessions may meet mandatory professional development requirements. Check with your organisation. 

Suggest a topic:

Our webinars are designed as the perfect accompaniment to our range of publications . If there is a topic that you would love to receive training and information on, why not browse our titles and email your preference for upcoming webinar events?

Can't find a publication to match your query? We are always keen to help, and our expert lawyers are the best source on all things copyright in Australian practice. You can email suggested topics for future training and copyright guides to info@copyright.org.au



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