CopyrightX is a twelve-week interactive lecture series on United States copyright law organized by Harvard Law School and affiliate institutions around the world. In the spring of 2019, Vilnius University Faculty of Law and Harvard Law School started implementing cooperation on an educational project to promote knowledge about American copyright law.
Usually, the 12-week CopyrightX lecture cycle begins in mid-February and is offered in three different settings:
- At Harvard Law School, where about eighty-third-year law students attend lectures (two per week).
- Online, where twelve Harvard Law School students or graduates conduct lectures online for twelve pre-registered student groups. Each group is typically attended by twenty registered students.
- In affiliated institutions around the world. In 2019, there were twenty-one affiliated institutions on various continents. Vilnius University was one of them.
The next CopyrightX session is going to take place from February 2020.