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Kimberleyis a fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society working as a staff attorney with the Citizen Media Law Project. She received her J.D. degree from Harvard Law School in 2000, where she was Editor-in-Chief of the Harvard Law Record and President of the HLS Civil Liberties Union. Prior to joining the BerkmanCenter, she was an associate at law firms in Washington, DCand Richmond, Virginia. While in private practice, Kimberley specialized in many aspects of domestic and international intellectual property and technology counseling, prosecution and litigation, with an emphasis on intellectual property, technology, Internet and e-commerce licenses and agreements; domain name disputes; clearance, registration and management of trademark assets; advertising review; promotions law; and litigation and dispute resolution related to intellectual property and technology, with an emphasis on trademark and copyright matters. Kimberleyis the former chair of the American Bar Association Intellectual Property Law Section's Committee 205 – Trade Identity and Unfair Competition.

Projects & Tools

Copyright for Librarians

The Berkman Center partnered with eIFL to deliver a distance learning program on copyright for librarians. The resulting curriculum, made available on March 24, 2010, can be used…


Aug 30, 2010

The Rise of the News Aggregator: Legal Implications and Best Practices

This white paper attempts to answer the question of whether news aggregators violate current law by examining the hot news misappropriation and copyright infringement claims that…