Tuneen Chisolm entered the legal academy with an extensive background as an intellectual property and entertainment litigator. She teaches Property, Professional Responsibility & Ethics, Remedies, Intellectual Property, Trademark & Unfair Competition, and Entertainment Law. Professor Chisolm is a respected legal scholar in the areas of both intellectual property and reparations. Her research interests revolve around the intersection of morality and equity with intellectual property rights and/or other intangible rights, which entails exploration of whether, and proposed redress for how, the granting or restriction of certain rights raises moral conflicts or equity issues.
Professor Chisolm joined Campbell Law in fall 2013, after serving as a Westerfield Fellow on the faculty at Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, where she taught a seminar entitled Morality of Intellectual Property, as well as legal research and writing. She is a former judicial clerk to the Honorable Consuelo B. Marshall in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California and a current member of the National Roster of Arbitrators for the American Arbitration Association. Having devoted a significant portion of her time to performing pro bono work throughout her legal career, Professor Chisolm currently serves as a pro bono mediator for North Carolina Office of Human Resources, in addition to providing pro bono attorney services on discrete entertainment and intellectual property matters.
Professor Chisolm earned her J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School where she was associate editor and senior editor of the law review.