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Wednesday, July 03, 2002

Program Next Week, Creative Commons Assistant Director Glenn Otis Brown on The Future Of Copyright In The 21st Century

I just learned from our head of professional development at the firm that we have a real treat coming up on our in-house MCLE (Mandatory Continuing Legal Education) schedule. Next Wednesday, July 10, Glenn Otis Brown, Assistant Director of Creative Commons, will be speaking from Noon to 1:00 p.m. in our San Francisco office about "The Future Of Copyright In The 21st Century." (This officially qualifies as V-for-Voluntary CLE, don't you think?) The program also will be video conferenced live in our Oakland, Los Angeles and Century City offices. Non-firm members are welcome but our conference rooms are only so big. So, if you are interested in attending the program in S.F., or one of the video conference sessions in our other offices, please email me and I'll sign folks up on a first come, first-served basis. (I'll be tuning in from L.A.; driving directions are available from the links above.) Of course, you can always read about it here next Wednesday afternoon. I'm told Glenn plans to discuss Creative Commons' efforts to cultivate the public domain, and also share his thoughts on Eldred v. Ashcroft (Eric Eldred is on the Creative Commons Board). Crosby is an approved California MCLE provider, so if you join us and are a California lawyer you will earn an hour of general participatory credit. Plan on arriving early to clear building security.

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