Who is Creative IP for?

Creative IP is designed for anyone studying in the creative disciplines. We aim to make intellectual property law accessible to all via blogs posts, interviews, case studies and useful tools and resources. Managed by the Careers and Employability team at the University of the Arts London   (UAL) we aim for this Creative IP resource to be a space to educate, engage and share experiences.

Why IP in creative education?

Intellectual Property protects the expression of ideas that drive innovation and encourage a sustainable creative practice. At UAL we are committed to empowering our students through creative education, which includes reinforcing the value of protecting and respecting their intellectual property and the rights of others. This is to enable healthy collaboration and success in professional practice.

How to use our resource

We want you to benefit from the rich content featured here.

The written content on this website is freely available for anyone to share, as long as you attribute the work back to us, this is under a creative commons 3.0 licence.

We are delighted to feature images of works created by UAL students and alumni. We have permission to use them on this site. They are clearly credited to the copyright holder.  If you wish to use any of the images or want to know more about the works that are represented, permission must be obtained from the copyright holders.This website is an educational resource and does not constitute legal advice. If you require legal advice please contact a lawyer, or find details of pro bono and other IP legal services here.

This website is based on the laws of England and Wales and is updated regularly. We aim to keep this website up to date as possible, however, please be aware that intellectual property law is constantly evolving and therefore subject to change.

How to get in touch

If you have any enquiries about this website, recommendations for things you’d like to know more about or would like to contribute please contact Roxanne Peters, IP Lecturer at r.peters@arts.ac.uk. We’d love to hear from you.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Who is Creative IP for?

Creative IP is designed for anyone studying in the creative disciplines. We aim to make intellectual property law accessible to all via blogs posts, interviews, case studies and useful tools and resources. Managed by the Careers and Employability team at the University of the Arts London    (UAL) we aim for this Creative IP resource to be a space to educate, engage and share experiences.

Why IP in creative education?

Intellectual Property protects the expression of ideas that drive innovation and encourage a sustainable creative practice. At UAL we are committed to empowering our students through creative education, which includes reinforcing the value of protecting and respecting their intellectual property and the rights of others. This is to enable healthy collaboration and success in professional practice.

How to use our resource

We want you to benefit from the rich content featured here.

The written content on this website is freely available for anyone to share, as long as you attribute the work back to us, this is under a creative commons 3.0 licence.

We are delighted to feature images of works created by UAL students and alumni. We have permission to use them on this site. They are clearly credited to the copyright holder.  If you wish to use any of the images or want to know more about the works that are represented, permission must be obtained from the copyright holders.This website is an educational resource and does not constitute legal advice. If you require legal advice please contact a lawyer, or find details of pro bono and other IP legal services here.

This website is based on the laws of England and Wales and is updated regularly. We aim to keep this website up to date as possible, however, please be aware that intellectual property law is constantly evolving and therefore subject to change.

How to get in touch

If you have any enquiries about this website, recommendations for things you’d like to know more about or would like to contribute please contact Roxanne Peters, IP Lecturer at r.peters@arts.ac.uk. We’d love to hear from you.