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Nicola Solomon joins the British Copyright Council’s Board of Directors

13 June 2012

We’re pleased to announce that Nicola Solomon will be joining the British Copyright Council’s Board of Directors.

The British Copyright Council was founded in 1965 to protect and promote the principles of copyright in the UK. It aims to provide an effective, authoritative and representative voice for the copyright community, and to encourage greater understanding and acceptance of copyright in the UK and around the world.

The BCC monitors changes in law, social practices and technology that may affect copyright and related rights, and works closely with the British Government and international groups on current issues and policies.

Nicola was nominated by the Writers’ Guild of Great Britain and has been the General Secretary of our Society since March 2011.

Maureen Duffy, BCC President of Honour and Author said:

“I am delighted that Nicola Solomon's immense, practical copyright expertise has been added to the Board of the BCC to strengthen it even further.”


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