Carolina Rossini is a Fellow with the Cooperation Research Group at the Berkman Center, coordinating the Industrial Cooperation Project. She is an attorney with experience in intellectual property, international development, innovation policy, internet policy, the digital commons, and the impact of technology on cultures. Carolina is a legal advisor of the Brazilian Embassy in Washington in Intellectual Property and Innovation International Negotiations. Carolina also coordinates the Brazilian Open Educational Resources Project: Challenges and Perspectives funded by the Open Society institute. Carolina holds positions at the Diplo Foundation as a fellow for the Intellectual Property and Internet Governance Program, where she authored and teach an online course on Intellectual Property, and at IQSensato as a Research Associate for the Access to Knowledge and Innovation Program. Before moving to the US, Carolina was part of the Brazilian Creative Commons team at Fundacao Getulio Vargas Law School, where she coordinated the Legal Clinical Program and the CC Latin America chapter of Open Business, and was a lecturer in Intellectual Property and Introduction to Law disciplines. She holds a LL.M. in Intellectual Property from Boston University (2008), and degrees from the Sao Paulo State University-UNESP (Master in International Negotiations - 2006), University of Sao Paulo (Bachelor in Law - 2000), Instituto de Empresa-IE, Spain (MBA in E-Business - 2004), Specialist in Industrial Property (University of Buenos Aires - 2006) and other certificate courses. She also studied international relations at the Catholic University in Sao Paulo.