Eun Chang Choi
Eun Chang Choi is currently a Visiting Fellow at the Information Society Project at Yale Law School. Choi has also held an appointment as a Visiting Scholar at the University of Oxford in the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies (CSLS) and the Programme in Comparative Media Law and Policy (PCMLP). Choi has published articles primarily addressing underlying legal issues associated with open source, digital media and norms related to the networked society. Choi served on the editorial board of the Yale Journal of Law and Technology and the Yale Journal of Regulation, he also coordinated the Harvard-Yale Monthly Working Group. Prior to earning his LLM at Yale Law School, Choi earned his postgraduate degree at Seoul National University School of Law in Korea and served as a researcher in the Korean Copyright Commission. Choi has taught the following courses; International Aspects of E-Commerce Law, Ethical and Social Issues in Information Systems, and Globalization, Development, Poverty and Law at Korea University Graduate School of International Studies and Ewha Womans University. Inspired by the Access to Knowledge movement, Choi founded the Globalization and Poverty Public Awareness Project; a Korean based public interest NGO that provides open accessible poverty information and user created content on global poverty through a common-based knowledge production model. Choi's research interests focus on network architecture and wireless network neutrality, the relationship between non-market collaborative knowledge production mechanisms to economic institutions in the networked economy, and global intellectual property harmonization in the context of sustainable development and public health. Choi's research also broadens the scope of theoretical investigation to the intersection of law, science, and technology through the prism of sociological jurisprudence.