Welcome New Staff Member to the Office of Interagency Affairs

Zvi Rosen

Zvi Rosen is working as an Assistant Chief Counsel focusing on international intellectual property rights for small businesses.

Rosen is a graduate of Yeshiva University in New York City where he majored in History. He earned his Juris Doctor at Northwestern University School of Law. He went on to earn his Master of Laws in Intellectual Property at the George Washington University Law School.

Of his myriad publications that have been published or that are works-in-progress, Rosen has covered “An Empirical Study of U.S. Copyright Registrations and Renewals, 1870-1977” and “The Twilight of the Opera Pirates: A Prehistory of the Exclusive Right of Public Performance for Musical Compositions.”

Among his professional background as legal intern, law clerk and attorney, Rosen also has taught trademark law at the GW, taught legal research and writing while a visiting assistant professor and scholar at Hofstra University, and worked at the U.S. Copyright Office.

He also blogs on intellectual property issues and has hosted numerous podcasts on Supreme Court decisions.