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Copyright Law: Welcome

About This Guide

According to Article I, §8 of the United States Constitution, Congress has the power to "[t]o promote the progress of science and useful arts, by securing for limited times to authors and inventors the exclusive right to their respective writings and discoveries." This is known as the patent and copyright clause of the US Constitution, and basically expresses Congress's exclusive power over the law of copyrights. In this guide, students will find resources to stay current in the field of copyright law, but will also discover the materials contained within the library's collection as it relates to intellectual property and, more specifically, copyright law. 

New Titles in Our Collection

Journal of Business and IP Law (Wake Forest)

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Kluwer Copyright Blog

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