Dr David Brennan is a Visiting Fellow at the UTS Law Faculty and has served as a long-standing Copyright Policy Consultant to Screenrights – The Audio-Visual Copyright Society. He has taught intellectual property at tertiary level since 1996 including at the universities of Melbourne, Adelaide, Oxford and most recently Monash where he is currently teaching in the postgraduate intellectual property program.
His doctoral thesis was published by Kluwer Law International in 2003 under the title Retransmission and US Compliance with TRIPS and concerned whether a remunerated exception in US copyright law met a Berne-in-TRIPS minimum standard. He has served as an Editor of the Australian Intellectual Property Journal since 2007, and is the author of over 40 published pieces of legal research including his 2015 legal history article ‘The Root of Title to Copyright in Works’ published in the Intellectual Property Quarterly.
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