Jacqui Lipton (LL.B., M.F.A., Ph.D.) writes academic texts about legal issues in the digital age. She has taught at leading law schools in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia, including the University of Houston, the University of Pittsburgh, Case Western Reserve University, the University of Florida, the University of Melbourne, the University of Nottingham, and Monash University. Her academic and professional work has focused on law in the digital age, with an emphasis on copyright, trademark, privacy, business and contract law.
She holds an LL.B. from the University of Melbourne and LL.M./Ph.D. degrees in international/comparative intellectual property law from Cambridge University. She also holds an M.F.A. in fiction writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts. She teaches online courses on fiction writing and a variety of legal issues.
As a reader, she has a particular interest in science fiction and fantasy, and also enjoys reading books for younger audiences.
She is the director of Authography LL.C., a company dedicated to helping authors and others meet their writing and other professional goals.
Information on her academic and fiction editing and consulting services can be found here.
She is represented by Jane Dystel at DGBLM.
Authography LLC was established in 2016 to help authors and other creative artists navigate the legal waters of their professional lives. We consult on various agency and publishing contracts, as well as any other legal issues that arise in a creative artist’s life – such as concerns about defamation, copyright infringement, trademark protection, and the like.
Authography LLC fills the gap for those who do not qualify for pro bono assistance, but who would also struggle to afford an attorney or business planner.
The company also provides advice on writing: its founder, Jacqui Lipton, is a law professor, literary agent, and occasional writing instructor specializing in creative development and business/legal advice.
In the years Authography LLC has been in operation, we have advised many authors, artists, agents and publishers on contracts and other legal issues – as well as presenting webinars and workshops around the country to authors and artists. We are also more than happy to provide referrals for cases that fall beyond our general services.
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