Jason M. Okai, JD/MIP '00
Adjunct Professor, Issues in Sports and Entertainment Copyright Law
Jason Okai joined UNH Law in 2013 as an adjunct professor. He began teaching copyright law and intellectual property courses in 2007 at Vermont Law School, where he was also a faculty member of Vermont Law’s Sports Law Institute.
After graduating from UNH Law (previously Franklin Pierce Law Center) in 2000, Jason worked as Copyright Counsel for the Motion Picture Association of America in Los Angeles, focusing on legislation and policy development, appellate advocacy and litigation in the United States and abroad. He returned to New England in 2007 to teach at Vermont Law School and practice privately. Recently, he served with the United States Copyright Office in Washington, D.C. as Counsel for Policy and International Affairs.
Okai holds a BA from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and a JD and Masters of Intellectual Property (MIP) from the University of New Hampshire School of Law.
In his free time he likes to go on adventures with his kids, play soccer, cricket, and guitar, and to go fly fishing.