Jordana Rubel works on a wide range of legal matters within the Copyright Office, including advising the Department of Justice on litigation matters and providing guidance to departments within the Copyright Office. Jordana joined the Copyright Office in 2018 after more than ten years as a litigator in private practice, where she represented clients on copyright, trademark, false advertising, and trade secret matters. She clerked for David Hamilton, now on the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, when he was a district court judge in the Southern District of Indiana. She earned her JD from Emory University, her MEd from Harvard University, and her BA from Haverford College.
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