Victoria Gómez-Morgan

Victoria is a soon-to-be graduate of American University Washington College of Law who has focused on copyright and fair use. Her fascination with copyright is maintained by interests in Internet subcultures, consumer norms, nonprofits, and educational/memory institutions.

Ever the chronic government intern during law school, she has worked at the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, Department of Interior, and is currently at the Institute of Museum and Library Services. She has also been the Associate Articles Editor and then the Co-Editor-in-Chief for the American University Intellectual Property Brief.

The Only “Fun” Fact About Victoria: She graduated with a double-bachelors from Florida Atlantic University in Political Science and Interdisciplinary Social Studies with a minor in Sociology at age 18.