Madeline R. Dunn

Policy Assistant

Madeline Dunn assists in virtually every aspect of the work of the IIPA, including preparing and filing submissions to federal government agencies, managing the process for producing IIPA’s annual Special 301 submission to the U.S. Trade Representative, representing the IIPA before U.S. and foreign government officials, researching developments on copyright in foreign markets, overseeing IIPA’s communications, including issuing press releases and updating IIPA’s website and social media accounts, and providing other support for IIPA operations and administration. Ms. Dunn joined the IIPA after receiving her J.D. from Vermont Law School and her B.S. in Communications from James Madison University. During her time as a law student, Ms. Dunn completed several legal internships, including with the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), where she focused on a variety of intellectual property issues.