Copyright, Contracts and Business Basics for Creatives
Do you ever worry an ABN is something you should have but don’t? Do you wake up in a cold sweat, having dreamt of drafting a contract? Are there things you wish you knew about copyright but are too afraid to Google?
If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, then this workshop is for you.
What to expect
This relaxed three-hour workshop will help point you in the right direction with contracts, give you greater confidence to read and understand documents before you sign them, and help you talk about the business and legal side of your creative endeavors in a captivating way.
Workshop topics include:
business names and ABNs.
Attendees will be awarded a digital Certificate of Attendance.
About the presenter
Daniel Roe joined the Arts Law Centre of Australia as a solicitor in 2018. He holds a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and a Bachelor of Creative Industries (Entertainment Industries) (Distinction) from the Queensland University of Technology. Daniel is a recipient of a Sir Nicholas Pumfrey Award for his advocacy at the University of Oxford International Intellectual Property Law Mooting Competition in 2014, and was awarded the Tom Cain Mooting Trophy by the Queensland University of Technology in 2015.
Prior to joining the Arts Law Centre of Australia, Daniel worked across a number of roles in private practice, community legal centres and as a judge’s associate in the Queensland courts. Daniel has an interest in arts policy, copyright law and digital innovation and reform, with a particular focus on the performing arts and film and television sectors. Daniel is passionate about using his legal and creative skillset to benefit his fellow creatives.
Supported by the NSW Government Boosting Business Innovation Program.