Notre Dame Law School and LAMB will host a roundtable book talk on Abraham Drassinower’s book What’s Wrong with Copying?
Abraham Drassinower is Chair in the Legal, Ethical, and Cultural Implications of Technological Innovation at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law.
“Abraham Drassinower is one of the leading copyright thinkers in the world,” said Professor Mark McKenna, Associate Dean for Faculty Research and Development and Professor of Law. The book is “one of the first books in a long time that’s taking a fresh new look at the purposes of copyright and asking really basic questions; why does copyright exist and what is its purpose? How would you design a set of legal rules to reflect that purpose?” Find out more