|Name:||Lu Chien-Chih (Jesse) 盧建誌|
|Home Institiution:||College of Law, National Chengchi University|
|Duration of Stay:||June 26 to July 27, 2019|
Chien-Chih is eager to bring to the academic filed his strong interest and experience in music and law. He received the UC Berkeley International and Comparative Law Certificate and UC Berkeley Public Interest and Social Justice Certificate when he finished several research projects concerning international Intellectual Property and social justice issues.
During Chien-Chih’s academic career, his thesis and research papers have won numerous scholarships and outstanding thesis awards. He was a member and student editor of Berkeley Journal of Entertainment and Sports Law (BJESL) and the chair of Karuk-Berkeley Indigenous Law Collaborative (Honor in Leadership Certificate). Since 2012, he has been joining the Music Copyright Infringement Resource project supported by the University Southern California (USC) School of Law. At these positions, his research focuses on topics of copyright law, music licensing, advertising and branding law, artistic freedom and cultural policy.
Evolutions in Copyright and Licensing Models: Snapshots from the U.S. and Mandarin Music Markets, University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, Maryland Series in Contemporary Asian Studies, Number 3 – 2017(230).