Coffee For Contracts 2021 Submissions Form
Please fill out the details below to help schedule a free legal consultation through July 2021. Please know that filling this form or having a consultation does not automatically imply a lawyer-client relationship. All your information here will be used only to help schedule a consultation, and will not be disclosed publicly.
Preferred Pronoun (She/her) (He/Him) (They/Them)
Coffee for Contracts is a campaign and does not solicit work or create a lawyer-client relationship. Please do let us know whether this is clear by clicking Yes to proceed.
Yes, I agree and understand
Where are you based out of? (City, Country)
What describes you best?
Mixed Media artist
Choreographer and Movement artist
Song writer and composer
Artist Manager and/or Agent
Creative business owner
Digital Content Creator
Can you tell me a little bit about yourself? What kind of work do you do? Please feel free to share links to your website, works, or portfolio. It will help me with context.
Please describe your legal question and concern. It could be something specific OR something general. For eg., maybe you have a very specific question about a recording contract you have been offered or you'd like to know how to manage a situation of plagiarism with your artwork? Or perhaps you'd like to learn a little more about music publishing or how to protect your rights as a cartoonist?
I would love to set up a zoom call with you – can you help me with your preferred date? I'll try my best to accommodate it.
How did you find out about Coffee for Contracts 2021?
Through a Social media platform other than Instagram
Colleagues and Friends
By following previous editions of Coffee for Contracts
Since this campaign/experiment is a means to better understand how accessible legal resources are to the creative community, can you tell me how you'd describe your experience seeking legal support in your country?
Quite easy. I'm often able to find legal resources that is very supportive and at an economically accessible price point.
Relatively easily. I'm able to find legal support for simpler queries but struggle to find support with more complex or advanced creative business matters.
Not so easily. I often struggle to find answers and support, but I rely on my community and friends for guidance.
Not easy at all. I find that it's always challenging to find the right legal support at the right time.
I prefer not to stress about legal support because I don't believe that contracts etc are very helpful in protecting my rights as a creative professional or artist.
In your understanding, which of the following do you think is more likely true in your country?
It's easier to find legal support in matters of creative business, than it is on matters related to artistic freedom and censorship
It's less likely that an independent artist would need legal support and guidance to succeed.
A manager or mentor is just as helpful reviewing legal concerns, as a lawyer.
There needs to be more dialogue on artist rights and legal support in the context of folk and indigenous art forms.
It's difficult to access legal support because it's too expensive and I can't budget for it.
Creative businesses don't need legal support, as much as they need better business opportunities and funding.
Is there anything else that you'd like to add here? Any comments or remarks? For eg., how has the ongoing pandemic affected your work and well-being? How well represented do you feel in the current economy? What's something you wish more people in your creative scene were respectful about?
Thank you so much for sharing your responses! If you'd like to learn more about artist rights and how to protect your legal interests as a creator, artist and creative professional, then do visit our website https://www.artistiklicense.org or come join our instagram community @artistiklicense.
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