Freelancers, business-owners, and in-house designers: Now’s your chance to learn what all that stuff in your MSA means! Hannah Samendinger is an independent attorney, specializing in contract and intellectual property law for creatives and entrepreneurs. She’s coming to XXXI for the first of what we hope will be a series of legal forums for designers, to explore the topics of intellectual property, contracts, and legal entities, and answer your questions about what the heck all this means.
The course will cover (a) the basic principles of these areas, (b) the benefits to understanding them and protecting your rights, (c) how a designer may interact with each area, (d) specific considerations for designers in each area, and (e) helpful resources. The course will also focus on questions brought by the attendees.
— Thursday 3/12
— 7p – 9p
— Unlike our skills courses, Legal is not a weekly-occurring class, though we hope to host monthly sessions to explore different areas where the business of design intersects with the law.
— Limited to 20 attendees
— Design by Nicholas Samendinger