Oversight Director, Recording Artists Project at Harvard Law School
Chris Zheng is a rising 2L at Harvard Law School specializing in arts and entertainment law. He graduated from Columbia University in 2019 with dual degrees in political science and art history and has done work in nonprofit arts advocacy. He is currently a case leader with DoggHouse Co., a media and entertainment consultancy, and a summer intern at the Center for Art Law. At Harvard, he serves as oversight director for the Recording Artists Project, where he helps organize student attorneys and music industry clients in need of pro bono legal services. He is also the vice president of fashion and fine arts programming for the Committee on Sports & Entertainment Law and a senior articles editor for the Journal on Sports & Entertainment Law.