Louise Carron is passionate about advising content creators, start-ups, and nonprofits across creative industries. Primarily focused on contractual matters, copyright use, and new technologies, Louise is intent on helping authors to protect their creations, rights, and legacies.
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. She also worked on various transactional and litigation matters with J. Greenberger PLLC.
Louise is a regular contributor to the Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law (EASL) Journal published by the New York State Bar Association and she enjoys writing about street art, non-fungible tokens (NFTs), and copyright issues. She appeared on panels and podcasts, co-chairs the EASL Pro-Bono Steering Committee, and is a member of the Art Law Committee of the New York City Bar Association. She also serves as secretary of the Center for Art Law’s board of directors.
Louise grew up in Paris, France, where she pursued a double Bachelor’s in French Law and Common Law and a Master’s in Comparative Business Law at the Université Paris Nanterre. She also earned an LL.M from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law (NY) with a concentration in Fashion, Art, Media and Entertainment Law and where she participated in the Art Law Field Clinic. Louise is admitted to practice in New York, she lives in Brooklyn with her plants and enjoys rollerblading in her spare time.