Jeremy Abbott

Jeremy Abbott is a lawyer and librarian. His lawyering career took him from the Library of Congress to to the New York Attorney General’s office, and he has worked in libraries and archives at the university and municipal levels. He now spends his days working on his PhD in UCLA’s Department of Information Studies, researching the regulatory structures of public library access and publicness itself, taking very long bicycle rides, and excitedly discussing developments in copyright law.

Courses Taught: Copyright Theory and Practice for Libraries, Archives, and Special Collections