Affiliate courses are offered by universities, nonprofit organizations, and law firms, most of them based in countries other than the United States. Each is taught by an expert in copyright law. Set forth below is a list of the affiliates, with links to their respective homepages.  For information on exams, please refer to the exam guidelines for online sections.

2020 affiliates [links coming soon]:

2019 affiliates:

  • CopyrightX: AUC (American University in Cairo, Egypt)
  • CopyrightX: Bocconi University (Italy)
  • CopyrightX: CIU (Copyright Institute of Uganda)
  • CopyrightX: CODE-IP Trust (Nairobi, Kenya)
  • CopyrightX: Glasgow
  • CopyrightX: GoDown Arts Centre (Nairobi, Kenya)
  • CopyrightX: ILAC
  • CopyrightX: Arikat Center for Intellectual Property (Palestine)
  • CopyrightX: ITS (Institute for Technology & Society, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
  • CopyrightX: Libraries (MIT)
  • CopyrightX: Monash University (Melbourne, Australia)
  • CopyrightX: National Law University (Delhi, India)
  • CopyrightX: Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (Lagos, Nigeria)
  • CopyrightX: Renmin (Renmin University, Beijing, China)
  • CopyrightX: TSU (Tbilisi State University, Georgia)
  • CopyrightX: Turin University (Italy)
  • CopyrightX: University of Trento (Italy)
  • CopyrightX: University of Hamburg (Germany)
  • CopyrightX: UCT (University of Cape Town, South Africa)
  • CopyrightX: University of Warsaw
  • CopyrightX: Vilnius University (Lithuania)

2018 affiliates:

2017 affiliates:

2016 affiliates:

2015 affiliates:

2014 affiliates:

2013 affiliate:

Links to the biographies of the affiliate teachers can be found on the Faculty page.  A link to the syllabus used by each affiliate may be found either through the affiliate’s homepage or through the Syllabi page.
For information concerning the examination in an affiliated course, students should consult the teacher of the course.  In all work for CopyrightX, including the final examination and additional examinations and quizzes, students must comply with CopyrightX’s academic honesty policy.

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