Ronaldo Lemos is an internationally respected Brazilian lawyer, scholar and commentator on intellectual property, media, technology policy, and culture. He is a professor of the State University of Rio de Janeiro’s Law School, and a non-resident visiting scholar at the MIT Media Lab. Professor Lemos holds law degrees from the University of Sao Paulo Law School and Harvard Law School and has published several books and numerous articles. In 2011, Lemos joined the Center for Information Technology Policy at Princeton University as a fellow. He is also a former member of the National Council for Fighting Piracy at the Ministry of Justice in Brazil, and of the Council for Social Communication, created by the Constitution to support Congress regarding media regulation and free speech, with headquarters at the Brazilian Senate.
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Media, Technology and Intellectual Property
J.D., University of Sao Paulo.
Master of Laws, Harvard University.
Doctor of Laws, University of Sao Paulo.
Visiting scholar and professor, Princeton University.
Visiting scholar, Oxford University.
Visiting scholar, MIT Media Lab.