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Copyright Law: Secondary Sources

A guide to treatises, forms, Copyright Office publications, and books for non-lawyers and practitioners

Introduction

This guide covers selected secondary sources such as multi-volume treatises, practitioner materials, formbooks, and other publications about copyright law. Secondary sources consist of materials about the law, but are not the law. Secondary sources are often written by lawyers or law professors.

Note: Bloomberg BNA, CCH/Wolters Kluwer, and HeinOnline are UW restricted databases. Bloomberg Law, Lexis Advance, and Westlaw are restricted to University of Washington School of Law faculty, students, and staff and others who have individual IDs or passwords.

Updated April 2016.

Prepared by Jonathan Franklin; updated by Pegeen Mulhearn (2007), Cheryl Nyberg (2015), and Sarah Reis (2016).

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