The Finnish Copyright Society acts as a general forum for discussion among lawyers and other experts in the field of copyright.
The purpose of the Society is to promote the development of national and international copyright law. The Society carries out its purpose by increasing general awareness of copyright issues.
The Finnish Copyright Society was established in 1965 in Helsinki, Finland.
The Society maintains a copyright library, engages in publishing activities, and since 2002 has been a member of the Swedish association that publishes the Nordiskt Immateriellt Rättsskydd (NIR) journal.
The Society also participates in projects aimed at developing the copyright system.