Eleonora ROSATI is currently a Research Associate at the University of Cambridge, where she is working on an AHRC-funded project entitled The Creative Economy, Digital Technology and Innovation. The project, which is led by the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH), intends to explore and address, among other things, the various copyright issues facing digitization of museum, library, and archive contents.
Eleonora holds two law degrees from the University of Florence (Italy), and an LLM from the University of Cambridge. She recently defended her PhD at the European University Institute (Florence), where she wrote a thesis entitled Judge-Made EU Copyright Harmonization. The Case of Originality, which she is now turning into a monograph to be published by Edward Elgar.
Eleonora is an Italian-qualified lawyer (avvocato), and has served time at Bird & Bird LLP, both in Milan and London. An IP enthusiast (and possibly something more than that), Eleonora is a regular contributor to highly-reputed IP blogs The IPKat and The 1709 Blog, for which she reports and comments on IP-related news and fun from all over the world, and is also a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice (JIPLP).
Current Position: University of Cambridge
Research Interests: content protection, copyright, law, libraries, licensing, lobbying, media, music, policy, public policy, publishing, software, telecoms, television
Email: [email protected]
Primavera DE FILIPPI is currently a researcher at the CERSA / CNRS / Université Paris II investigating the legal issues of cloud computing and peer-to-peer technologies. She holds a PhD from the European University Institute. Primavera is a representative of Creative Commons France and a coordinator at the Open Knowldege Foundation.