The Duke Libraries Copyright Consultants work with members of the Duke community on issues relating to copyright as it applies to research, scholarship, and teaching.
Copyright Consultants are not lawyers and cannot give legal advice. They have, however, gone through extensive copyright training through the Duke University Libraries Office of Copyright and Scholarly Communication and regularly handle copyright issues in their roles within Duke Libraries. Copyright Consultants can help you understand copyright basics; how copyright applies to research, scholarship and teaching; and when more help or expertise may be needed.
Have a question about copyright? Find your Copyright Consultant here.
The Duke Libraries Copyright Consultants program is sponsored by the Duke University Libraries Office of Copyright and Scholarly Communication. The basic idea for the program draws on the great work done by the creators of the Harvard Library Copyright First Responders program and the UNC Chapel Hill Libraries P2P Copyright Network.