Becki Lee is an author and public relations strategist turned intellectual property attorney at the law firm of Arnall Golden and Gregory in Atlanta, Georgia. Becki’s practice includes collaborating with clients on a strategic and practical approach to growing their intellectual property portfolios. She is uniquely positioned to do so given that she’s authored a children’s book about intellectual property. Becki’s also a drummer. So no one would be shocked to learn that Becki is also an advisor board member for Georgia Lawyers for the Arts. In broad strokes, Becki is an artist and a creative.
How then has she (or does she) navigate the apparent dissonance between creating art and practicing law? Or does she perceive dissonance? If not, why not?
Recently, Becki has started to focus her work on how NFTs (non-fungible tokens) can protect intellectual property, like in the field of streaming music. Becki is keen to distinguish between the possibility that certain application of blockchain may be overhyped, but its underlying functionality and utility is likely here to stay.
Let’s talk creating art, practicing law, applying blockchain, and how all that intersects with being human.