Jamie Lund 

University of Chicago School of Law, Juris doctorate, with Honors 2006
Law Review Editorial Board, Topic Access Editor; American College of Employee Benefits
2005 Writing Competition, Winner; Olin Student Fellowship in Law and Economics

Brigham Young University, Bachelor of music, cum laude 2002
National Merit Scholar, 2002 Winter Olympics Closing Ceremonies Orchestra, Oscarson
Discovery Grant for the promotion of innovative musical achievement

St. Mary’s University School of Law, Assistant Professor 2010-Present
  • Initiate and operate program for intellectual property studies. Teach courses including copyrights, trademarks, media law, and civil procedure (consistently stellar student evaluations and a two-fold increase in participation for IP courses over the past year).
  • Teach federal civil procedure to evening students.
Western State University College of Law, Adjunct Professor (unfunded VAP) 2009-2010
  • Teach a two-semester course on business organizations including the legal concepts of agency, partnership, and all state and federal legal aspects of corporations, securities regulation, close corporations, shareholder derivative suits, etc.
 Irell & Manella, LLP, Litigation Associate 2005, 2006-2008
  • Participated in all aspects of big corporate litigation for Fortune 500 clients

  •  The End of Forgetting and “Administrative Rights” to Our Online Personas, __ IP Theory __
  •  Correcting Digital Speech, __ UCLA Entertainment Law Review ____ (2012)
  • An Empirical Examination of the Lay Listener Test in Music Composition Copyright
    Infringement, __ Virginia Sports and Entertainment Law Journal __ (2011)
  • Property Rights to Information, 10 Nw. J. Tech. & Intell. Prop. 1, 1 2011.
  • Copyright Genericide, 42 Creighton Law Review, 131, 2009 (link)
  • ERISA Enforcement of the HIPAA Privacy Rules, 72 University of Chicago Law Review, 1413, 2005
  • Juror Responses to Music Copyright's Lay Listener Test, University of Houston Law Works-in-
    Progress Intellectual Property Colloquium (2012)
  • An Empirical Examination of the Lay Listener Test in Music Composition Copyright
    Infringement, Chicago IP Colloquium hosted by DePaul and Loyola Law (2012)
  • Lay Listener Test in Music Composition Copyright Infringement, Intellectual Property
    Scholars, co-hosted by Berkeley, Cardozo, DePaul, and Stanford Law Schools 2011
  • Marketplaces, Commons and Propertizing Information, Midwestern Law and Economic Society, Oct. 2010
  • Tuning into the Fine Print: Law and Social Change in Media, Flow Conference, Sept. 2010
  • Ethical Issues Surrounding Client Representation, Texas CLE Advanced Patent Course, 2008
Bar Admissions
  • State of California
  • U.S. District Court, Central District of California
  • Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals