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Laura Quilter

University of Massachusetts Amherst
Copyright and Scholarly Communications Librarian

Laura Quilter is the copyright and information policy attorney/librarian at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.  She works with the UMass Amherst community on copyright and related matters, equipping faculty, students, and staff with the understanding they need to navigate copyright, fair use, open access, publishing, and related issues.   Laura maintains a teaching appointment at Simmons College School of Library & Information Science, and has previously taught at UC Berkeley School of Law with the Samuelson Law, Technology & Public Policy Clinic. She holds an MSLIS degree (1993, U. of Kentucky) and a JD (2003, UC Berkeley School of Law). She is a frequent speaker, who has taught and lectured to a wide variety of audiences. She previously maintained a consulting practice on intellectual property and technology law matters. Laura’s research interests are the intersection of copyright with intellectual freedom and access to knowledge, and more generally human rights concerns within information law and policy.

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