To celebrate the nine college and graduate programs that have adopted our book Don't Panic: A Legal Guide (in plain English) for Small Businesses and Creative Professionals...
We will send you a *FREE* evaluation copy if you're a media studies, entrepreneurship, filmmaking, development, journalism, or art teacher interested in integrating practical business and legal issues into your syllabus or adding our book as recommended reading.
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For classes in southern California, we'd also be happy to schedule an in-person guest lecture if you'd like. Reach out to us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org after filling out the form.
We’re trying to find like-minded instructors who believe it’s important teach students about the day-to-day entrepreneurial realities of the creative fields their students will be entering into after graduation. Because unfortunately, New Media Rights typically sees these recent graduates only *after* they’re facing a legal issue and need our assistance.
We'd love your help to ensure students know how to prevent legal and business issues.
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Don't Panic is used in undergraduate & graduate classes nationwide to teach business and legal concepts to non-lawyers. Professors & Teachers can request a discounted copy from support @ newmediarights.org
What's the best way to avoid legal problems for your business or creative work? Read our book!