Aaron Perzanowski is a Professor of Law at Case Western Reserve University School of Law, where he teaches courses in intellectual property, telecommunications, and innovation. Previously, he taught at the University of California Berkeley School of Information, Wayne State University Law School, and the University of Notre Dame Law School. Prior to his teaching career, he served as the Microsoft Research Fellow at the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology and practiced law at Fenwick & West in Silicon Valley. He is a graduate of UC Berkeley School of Law and Kenyon College.
His research addresses topics ranging from digital copyright to deceptive advertising to creative norms within the tattoo industry. His book with Kate Darling, Creativity Without Law, explores the ways communities of creators challenge the assumptions of intellectual property law.
Jason Schultz is a Professor of Clinical Law at New York University and Director of NYU's Technology Law & Policy Clinic. His clinical projects, research, and writing primarily focus on the ongoing struggles to balance intellectual property and privacy law with the public interest in free expression, access to knowledge, and innovation in light of new technologies and the challenges they pose. Prior to joining NYU, Professor Schultz was an Assistant Clinical Professor of Law and Director of the Samuelson Law, Technology & Public Policy Clinic at the UC Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall). Before joining Boalt Hall, he was a Senior Staff Attorney at the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), one of the leading digital rights groups in the world and before that practiced intellectual property law at the firm of Fish & Richardson, PC. He also served as a clerk to the Honorable D. Lowell Jensen of the Northern District of California. He is a member of the American Law Institute.