The Register of Copyright is the principal United States (U.S.) public official in the field of copyrights and the director of the U.S. Copyright Office. The Register work under the general direction of the Librarian of Congress (the Librarian, reporting on the provision of public services and other operational matters, consulting with him on major policy issues involving intellectual property, and keeping him informed of significant developments affecting the Copyright Office and the Library of Congress and other libraries. The Register exercises a high degree of independence in executing provision of copyright and other intellectual property laws of the U.S. as prescribed in Title 17, U.S. Code.
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Employer Type: Government
Job Location: Washington, DC