The Copyright Society of Australia Inc is a non-profit organisation whose members are people with an interest in copyright. The purpose of the CSA is to provide a forum for education, discussion and exchange of ideas and information about copyright issues.
The Copyright Society is based in Sydney, but has members from around Australia and overseas. The members include lawyers, staff of copyright-related organisations, government officials, academics and students.
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The Society has a management committee comprised of up to 20 members, each of whom are elected annually. The management committee comprising an Executive Committee (President, Vice-President, Secretary & Treasurer) and other members who sit of sub-committees to deliver the functions of the Copyright Society for its members.
Currently we have 5 sub-committees:
- Events co-chaired by James Lawrence and Luke Hawthorne
- Communications chaired by Kaelah Ford
- Copyright Reporter co-chaired by Joel Barrett and Ben McDermott
- Symposia chaired by Alida Stanley
- Young Lawyers chaired by Emma Johnsen
Annual General Meetings
The Copyright Society of Australia holds the Annual General Meeting during March each year. The Management Committee executive members and members are elected at the time.
All members are welcome to attend.
NEXT AGM - March 2024
Please contact us at email@example.com if you have any questions about our governance and/or if you are interested in joining the management committee.
2023 MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE MEMBERS
WHAT WE DO
The Society runs a number of events (generally between four and six a year) on a variety of copyright-related topics. READ MORE…
The Copyright Society of Australia hosts the Copyright Law & Practice Symposium every two years. READ MORE…