Co-President, Harvard Recording Artists Project (RAP)
Chris Zheng is a rising 3L at Harvard Law School specializing in arts and entertainment law. He is a co-president of the Harvard Recording Artists Project (RAP), a student practice organization that provides musicians with pro bono legal services ranging from band agreements to licensing contracts to split sheets and more. At Harvard, he is also the Executive Editor of Online Content for the Journal on Sports & Entertainment Law and previously served as the vice-president of fashion and fine arts programming for the Committee on Sports & Entertainment Law. He joined the summer associates program at Debevoise & Plimpton LLP in Summer 2021 and was previously a legal intern at the Center for Art Law. Chris received his B.A. summa cum laude in Art History and Political Science from Columbia University.