Carolina Rossini is a Brazilian lawyer with more than 15 years of experience in internet and intellectual property law and policy. She is an access to knowledge and a digital rights advocate, with a focus on internet governance, reform of copyright law, trade, open access and open education.
In 2008, she founded the OER-Brazil project (www.rea.net.br), which aims for policy and practice changes to foster open educational resources in Brazil. She currently serves as vice president for international policy at Public Knowledge, a digital and consumer rights advocacy group based in Washington, DC. In addition to her work at Public Knowledge, she is a Global Partners Digital international associate and an X-Lab fellow for New America Foundation.
Her degrees include an L.L.M. in intellectual property from Boston University, an M.B.A. from Instituto de Empresas-Spain, an M.A. in international economic negotiations from the State University of Campinas/State University of São Paulo and a J.D. from the University of São Paulo.