James is a solicitor of England & Wales, PhD candidate at St. Edmund’s College, Cambridge and visiting Intellectual Property Law tutor at King’s College London. James’ current research examines the categorisation, justification and ideological background of copyright exceptions in the United Kingdom, with a view to providing a more coherent understanding of the scope and function of UK copyright law.
Ashley is a New York qualified attorney and graduated with her JD from Northeastern University School of Law. She later attended King’s College London and finished her LLM in Intellectual Property Law. She is currently undertaking the Qualified Lawyer Transfer Scheme and plans to qualify in the United Kingdom. She works as an external data analyst for the European Commission and for ICMP the International Confederation of Music Publishers in Legal and Regulatory matters.