The Irish Copyright Licensing Agency
In about the year 500AD, St Colmcille borrowed a book of the Gospels from St Finnian of Maigh Bhile and secretly copied it. On realising what had been done, Finnian demanded the return of the book and also the copy. Colmcille objected, saying that the copy was his. The matter was referred to Diarmaid mac Cearrbheoil, the high king. His judgement was le gach bó a buinín agus le gach leabhar a chóip, to every cow her calf and to every book its copy.

Welcome to the Irish Copyright Licensing Agency, Ireland's reproduction rights organisation.

Irish Copyright Licensing Agency
25 Denzille Lane
Dublin 2

Tel: +353 1 662 4211
Fax: +353 1 662 4213

Please note that due to the introduction of a new software system, licence renewals for Post Primary Schools will issue later in September.


Excluded Works

Irish Excluded Works List 2008.pdf 50.43 KB
UK Excluded List.pdf 120.36 KB
Participating US Publishers List.pdf 158.43 KB

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