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Rachael G. Samberg is UC Berkeley Library’s Scholarly Communication Officer.  A Duke Law graduate, Rachael practiced intellectual property litigation for seven years before spending six years at Stanford Law School’s library, where she was a Lecturer in Law and Head of Reference & Instructional Services.  She joined UC Berkeley in June 2016.

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Consulting

By Appointment

Consulting and guidance for copyright, license/licensing, and other intellectual property questions regarding research and data publishing for all forms of scholarship (dissertations, journal articles, data sets/visualizations, books/chapters, etc.).

 

If you’d like to request a consultation with Rachael, please include the following: a brief description of your project, data, and what stage you are at in the research process.

 

Copyright, Intellectual Property, Licenses, Licensing
Not currently available.

Consulting and guidance for copyright, license/licensing, and other intellectual property questions regarding research and data publishing for all forms of scholarship (dissertations, journal articles, data sets/visualizations, books/chapters, etc.).

 

If you’d like to request a consultation with Rachael, please include the following: a brief description of your project, data, and what stage you are at in the research process.

Copyright, Intellectual Property, Licenses, Licensing
Not currently available.

Rachael G. Samberg is UC Berkeley Library’s Scholarly Communication Officer.  A Duke Law graduate, Rachael practiced intellectual property litigation for seven years before spending six years at Stanford Law School’s library, where she was a Lecturer in Law and Head of Reference & Instructional Services.  She joined UC Berkeley in June 2016.

 

Consulting Services:

Consulting and guidance for copyright, license/licensing, and other intellectual property questions regarding research and data publishing for all forms of scholarship (dissertations, journal articles, data sets/visualizations, books/chapters, etc.).

 

If you’d like to request a consultation with Rachael, please include the following: a brief description of your project, data, and what stage you are at in the research process.