Louise Carron takes part in Klaris’ production legal practice and advises content creators, start-ups and non-profits across creative industries on transactional matters, copyright and fair use, first amendment, web3, NFTs and the metaverse, in addition to prepublication review of podcasts, documentaries and unscripted shows, news articles and book manuscripts.
Prior to joining Klaris, Louise spent three years as the Executive Director of the Center for Art Law, where she ran daily operations, taught workshops on legal basics for artists, and mentored interns. Louise regularly hosts guest lectures and workshops for professional organizations, law schools, art schools and non-profits, participates in panels and podcasts and writes on copyright-related issues. She is a member of the Art Law Committee of the New York City Bar Association and of the Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law Journal of the New York State Bar Association and serves as secretary of the Center for Art Law’s board of directors.
A French native, Louise has a double Bachelor’s in French Law and Common Law and a Master’s in Comparative Business Law from the Université Paris Nanterre and received an LL.M from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law (NY) with a concentration in Fashion, Art, Media and Entertainment Law. Louise is admitted to practice in New York and she lives in Brooklyn with her plants.