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Tuna is a fellow at the Berkman Center and a Staff Attorney with the Citizen Media Law Project, which provides legal education and resources for individuals and organizations involved in citizen media. Prior to joining the Berkman Center, Tuna was a software developer for seven years with a range of old and new media companies, from ZDNet to Pearson Education. Before graduating from Northeastern School of Law, Tuna interned with a boutique law firm, where she focused on business and intellectual property strategies for software companies. Tuna also interned with National Public Radio; in addition to her legal work, she had fun creating a story on The Fine Art of Apple Tasting. After law school, Tuna clerked for the Massachusetts Superior Court. And now here she is!


May 6, 2008 @ 1:30 PM

Citizen Media Law Project @ 1

David Ardia, Sam Bayard, Tuna Chatterjee

David Ardia, Sam Bayard, and Tuna Chatterjee of CMLP discussed trends in online publishing and previewed the CMLP database of subpeonas, cease-and-desist letters, and other…