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The Columbia Journal of Law & the Arts is a quarterly, student-edited publication dedicated to up-to-date and in-depth coverage of legal issues involving the art, entertainment, sports, intellectual property, and communications industries. Founded in 1975, the journal is one of the most-cited periodicals devoted to arts law issues and features contributions by scholars, judges, practitioners, and students. https://lawandarts.org/
2. What Belongs in Copyright?
3. There’s No Such Thing as a Computer-Authored Work–And It’s a Good Thing, Too
4. The Other Side of Garcia: The Right of Publicity and Copyright Preemption
5. The Next Great Copyright Act, or a New Great Copyright Agency?
6. The Misapplication of “Mastermind”: A Mutant Species of Work for Hire and the Mystery of Disappearing Copyrights
7. The Importance of Copyright Protection to Audio and Audiovisual Performers in the Digital Age
8. The Evolution of Authorship: Work Made by Code
9. The Author Was Not an Author: The Copyright Interests of Photographic Subjects from Wilde to Garcia
10. Taming The “Frankenstein Monster”: Copyright Claim Compatibility With The Class Action Mechanism
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