Who says that learning the law has to be boring? Just take a look at Tales from the Public Domain: Bound By Law? by Keith Aoki , James Boyle, Jennifer Jenkins. The authors, who are law professors, introduce the subject of copyright through the adventures of filmmaker Akiko as she is filming her documentary capturing a day in the life of New York and learning about the line between fair use and copyright infringement. Not your usual law review material.
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