Brandy Karl is an intellectual property lawyer with a focus on copyright, telecommunications, Internet, and technology policy. She is a Non-Residential Fellow at Stanford Law School’s Center for Internet & Society and is currently an LLM student at Georgetown University Law Center studying the intersection of international trade issues, intellectual property, and internet regulation. She volunteers her extra time at the FCC’s Office of Strategic Planning & Policy Analysis.
In the past, she has been a Residential Fellow at CIS, a Non-Residential Fellow at the National University of Singapore, and taught copyright law to secondary school students. Prior to becoming a residential fellow at CIS, Brandy practiced copyright and trademark law in Boston as principal of her own firm.
Brandy is a 2001 graduate of MIT (S.B. Political Science, minor in literature) and a 2004 graduate of Boston University School of Law (cum laude, honors concentration in IP). At BUSL she was named a Paul J. Liacos Distinguished Scholar and was also an Articles Editor for the Journal of Science and Technology Law.
Brandy is licensed to practice in Massachusetts.