Because life is complicated.
Copyright law shouldn’t be.
Imagine copyright as simple as checking your email.
For 20 years, Copyrightlaws.com has been the go-to resource for copyright information and training.
Copyrightlaws.com provides independent, non-biased training to help students around the world understand copyright law. We educate about copyright law and empower our students with copyright confidence and the ability to analyze their own copyright situations without the daily assistance of a lawyer.
With ongoing online courses, copyright certificate programs, and up-to-date articles, Copyrightlaws.com demystifies copyright and teaches you how it works in your workplace.
Copyrightlaws.com was founded by copyright lawyer and author Lesley Ellen Harris. To read more about Lesley, check out her bio.
Meet the Copyrightlaws.com Team
Our goal is to make copyright training easy and personal. Your learning experience will meet your needs for relevant copyright content in an accessible format on a schedule that works for you. We know your name and you’ll receive personal attention during your training from us.
Course Developer and Instructor
Lesley is a copyright consultant, published author, copyright blogger and educator. She’s an expert in explaining copyright issues in plain English. See Lesley’s full bio.
Marlene is a masterful wordsmith and editor. Creating meaningful content is her forte and her contributions to Copyrightlaws.com go beyond the red pen. Marlene helps ensure our courses deliver on their promise of quality, relevant copyright content.
Brenna brings order to the Copyrightlaws.com course curriculum. Brenna is our meticulous distributor of course materials and your primary course contact. She’s always quick to answer your questions to support you in your learning.
Copyrightlaws.com also has a full team of behind the scenes support, from website to social media. Our team helps our front of house team deliver an unparalleled level of copyright knowledge and customer service to our global copyright community.
*Photo by Stephanie Sisle