Member Olga Susuni has been selected for the Law Clerk Program at the U.S. Copyright Office.
The Copyright Office Law Clerk program is open to law students and recent graduates who have demonstrated an interest in copyright law. Clerks work with Office attorneys on issues that arise within the Office, before Congress and in the courts. They help prepare Copyright Office reports for Congress and assist in the Office's international work.
Olga received her LL.M. degree in Law, Science and Technology from Stanford Law and passed the New York Bar in 2015. Prior to obtaining her degree at Stanford, Olga was Head of Legal at NTV-PLUS, a leading Russian satellite TV provider, in Moscow, and a corporate associate at Mannheimer Swartling, a European law firm, in St.Peterburg. She possesses vast experience in international content licensing, including television, cable and online distribution, and is now looking forward to expanding her expertise to U.S. copyright law.