The Impact of `Fair Use' in the Higher Education Community: A Necessary Exception?

Colbert, Stephana I.; Griffin, Oren R.
December 1998
Albany Law Review;1998, Vol. 62 Issue 2, p437
Academic Journal
Focuses on the challenges that face academic administrators and college and university attorneys seeking to advise their academic clients of the parameters of the Fair Use Doctrine. Function of the doctrine; Purpose of the meeting held by the Conference on Fair Use in September 1994; Implications and consequences; Conclusion.


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