Connect with Us
We respond to copyright questions over email and through virtual and in-person appointments, public and customized workshops, and more.
We provide information and education about copyright and do not provide legal advice. If you require personal legal advice, the Washtenaw County Bar Association and the State Bar of Michigan offer legal referral services that may be helpful to you.
We are not empowered to grant permission for copyrights. For more information, see our guide on obtaining copyright permissions.
Meet the Copyright team
See our staff listing to learn more about us.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to ask questions about copyright or make an appointment.
Make an appointment
If you’re a U-M student, faculty member, or staff, please make an appointment.
All appointments are currently virtual.
If you need to schedule a time not shown on our calendar, please email us.
Attend a workshop
We offer public workshops on copyright.
We also provide customized workshops and presentations on copyright for faculty, staff, and students. Email us if you're interested in setting up a workshop for your group.
Common questions about copyright at U-M
Certain copyright-related issues are handled elsewhere at the university:
- If you have specific legal questions pertaining to the University of Michigan, please contact the Office of the General Counsel.
- If you believe your copyright has been infringed on a website hosted by the university, please contact the university's designated agent for the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
If you have questions about using the university trademarks, including the Block M, please consult the Permissions Guide from the university's Office of Communications.