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Legal Representation for the Creative Community

Creative Rights provides comprehensive, free legal representation for qualifying members of the creative community. Depending on the client, representation may be project-based or long-term. We have two full-time lawyers, however, we also rely on the efforts of our legal interns and volunteer attorneys to meet our clients’ needs. What We Offer Our legal representation¬†includes assisting [...]

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Education and Creative Entrepreneur Development Programs

The Creative Rights Clinic offers educational presentations and workshops for the creative community that develop creators’ entrepreneurial skills and foster a greater understanding of, and comfort-level with, relevant laws and the legal¬†process. We cover a broad range of topics relevant to the creative community’s legal needs, such as: “Copyright and Trademark Basics,” “Understanding Fair Use,” [...]

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Pro Bono Opportunities for Attorneys and Law Students

Creative Rights is dedicated to providing meaningful arts-related pro bono opportunities for the legal community. Every one of our service areas contains a pro bono component, giving attorneys and law students a wide-range of options concerning the subject matter and scope of their involvement. The CR Clinic allows volunteers to connect with creators and provide [...]

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Katherine Craig

The Creative Rights Imaginarium

  “We need sanctuaries for social imagination…places where people noted for creative imagination, rather than technical expertise, are brought together to examine present crises, to anticipate future crises, and to speculate freely, even playfully, about possible futures.” – Alvin Toffler, Future Shock, 1970 The Imaginarium is Creative Rights’ “sanctuary for social [and creative] imagination.” We [...]

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