Lila Bailey, Digital Copyright Attorney
My legal career is dedicated to supporting clients who democratize access to information, community, and creativity by harnessing technology. I am currently Policy Counsel for the Internet Archive.
Abbreviated Background (More detail on LinkedIn)
- My legal specialty was born out of my first student attorney experience in the Samuelson Law, Technology & Public Policy Clinic Berkeley Law School, where I counseled a client about the copyright implications of a digital news archive.
- I broadened my technology law and policy experience at Wilson, Sonsini, Goodrich & Rosati where I advised tech start-ups on everything from DMCA compliance to data management practices.
- As in-house counsel for Creative Commons, I worked with vibrant communities of lawyers, educators, and creators on complex global issues of copyright law and policy.
- Coming full circle to Berkeley’s Law, Technology & Public Policy Clinic, I managed and mentored student attorneys as a teaching fellow, tackling cutting edge public interest technology law and policy projects.
B.A., Philosophy, Brown University, 2000
J.D., University of California, Berkeley School of Law, 2005
I am admitted to practice in California.