Education: Doctor of Jurisprudence, 2017, University of Chicago Law School, Chicago; LLM, 2009, University of Chicago Law School, Chicago; LLB, 2007, Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom.

Professional Experience: IP lawyer for Branca Interiors, Chicago; Previously Consultant at the UNESCO Cultural Heritage Protection Treaties Section and IP Counsel for Richemont, London.

Selected Publications: Market Responses to Court Rulings: Evidence from Antiquities Auctions, Journal of Law and Economics (2016); Museum Strategies: Leasing Antiquities, Columbia Journal of Law and the Arts (2013); Evaluation of the Design Piracy Prohibition Act: Is the Cure Worse than the Disease? An Analogy with Counterfeiting and a Comparison with the Protection Available in the European Community, Northwestern Journal of Technology & Intellectual Property (2010); Famous and Well-Known Marks, Challenges of Protection, World Trademark Review (2008). Grants and Awards: Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society, Grant Recipient for "The Past for Sale: New Approaches to the Study of Archaeological Looting and the Illicit Trafficking of Antiquities"; Visiting Scholar at Stanford Law School and Columbia Law School; Bradley Fellow (Booth School of Business); Russel Bakes Scholarship Recipient (University of Chicago Law School).

Languages: English, German and Italian.


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