Christopher Chiang is an associate in the firm's entertainment department. His practice encompasses a wide range of transactional matters in music, entertainment, digital media and intellectual property matters.
Mr. Chiang is a graduate of the UCLA School of Law, with a J.D. Specialization in Media, Entertainment & Technology Law. Mr. Chiang's legal paper, "Copyright Protection Designed for Music's Illusory Innovation Space: A Sliding Scale Framework of Broad to Thin Protection," won the GRAMMY Entertainment Law Initiative Writing Contest. His paper has been published in the Entertainment and Sports Lawyer Journal, a publication of the American Bar Association. At UCLA Law, he also served as Managing Editor of the Dukeminier Awards Journal.
Mr. Chiang received his undergraduate degree from UCLA, where he majored in Political Science and was a Sharpe Fellow. While in law school, he served as judicial extern to Judge Consuelo B. Marshall of the Central District Court of California.
- University of California at Los Angeles School of Law, Los Angeles, California
- J.D. - 2020
- Honors: GRAMMY Entertainment Law Initiative Winner
- University of California, Los Angeles, California
- B.A. - 2013
- Honors: Sharpe Fellow
- California, 2021
- Copyright Protection Designed for Music’s Illusory Innovation Space: Sliding Scale Framework of Broad to Thin Protection, ENTERTAINMENT AND SPORTS LAWYER, Volume 36, Number 2, 2020
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