Charles Cronin is a musician and a lawyer from Los Angeles. He has an undergraduate degree from Oberlin, and an MA and PhD in musicology from Stanford. He earned a JD from American University and a Masters in Information Systems from Berkeley.
At Yale Law School’s ISP he will work with Yale Libraries to create an interactive online resource that will assist librarians in resolving copyright questions arising in their day-to-day work. With Yale Law ISP colleagues he will participate in the Law School’s “Library of the Future” conference (Spring 2009). He is now working on a companion piece to his recent article on fragrance and copyright (J. Copyright Society, Winter ’08)
that deals with intellectual property protection for gardens and similarly unpredictable creative endeavors.