The notes for all of my lectures on copyright and most of the accompanying slide presentations are available in or through a “mind map,” which is available in the formats listed below. (Instructions on how to use one of these maps are available here.)


Almost all of my teaching in the field of copyright law is done through CopyrightX, a networked course offered each spring at Harvard Law School and at several other affiliated institutions. Information concerning the course, as well as instructions concerning how to apply for admission to its online division, can be found here.


A list of selected leading cases involving copyright law is available here.


Representative examinations in copyright law, administered at Harvard Law School, along with high-quality answers to the questions on those examinations, are available through the links below.