Prof. Song selected to participate in U.S.-China IP Cooperation Dialogue
Visiting Professor Seagull Song will be participating in the U.S.-China IP Cooperation Dialogue hosted by the U.S. Chamber and China's Renmin University in Beijing from Jan. 28-Jan 31, 2013.
Song received her doctor of judicial science and LLM in intellectual property from the UC Berkeley School of Law in 2007. She graduated from Hong Kong University in 2002 with an LLM in corporate and financial law. In 1997, she earned her BA in British & American Literature from Beijing Language University.
Song has extensive experience practicing IP law in both China and the United States. She finished a two-year stint as senior IP counsel for the Walt Disney Company in 2011 after working as a consultant on China-related IP matters for Arnold & Porter LLP in Washington, DC and San Francisco. In China, Song was a partner at King & Wood from 2004-2007 after spending the first seven years of her legal career at China Patent Agent (H.K.) Ltd.
Song published two books in 2011: New Challenges of Chinese Copyright Law in the Digital Age—A Comparative Copyright Analysis of ISP Liability, Fair Use and Sports Telecasts from Wolters Kluwer Law/Aspen Publication and New Challenges of Chinese Copyright Law in the Digital Age from The Commercial Press.