Felipe Busnello holds a 5-year Bachelor’s degree in Law from the Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul (2008), a Graduate Diploma (lato sensu) from the Superior School of the Magistracy of the Association of Judges of Rio Grande do Sul – AJURIS (2009), and an LL.M. in Intellectual Property, jointly offered by the World Intellectual Property Organisation Academy (WIPO Academy) and the Università Degli Studi di Torino (UNITO), and is also an alumnus of the CopyrightX course, offered by Harvard University. He works as an attorney-at-law in Brazil, on his own private practice. He is a member of the Especial Comission on Intellectual Property, of the Especial Comission of Young Attorneys, and of the Especial Comission for Consumer Defence of the Brazilian Bar Association, Rio Grande do Sul chapter, and also acts as the coordinator of the study group on Intellectual Property of the Superior School of Attorneyship of the same chapter of the Brazilian Bar Association. He also collaborates with the Brazilian chapter Intermediary Liability World Map of the Stanford Center for Internet and Society.
- Copyright vs. fan-made derivative works: unresolvable conflict or unavoidable impulse for reform of the present copyright system by Busnello, F. | Romanenko, O. (2012)