Stephanie Wooster is a 2003 MFA/MS alum. She will
graduate from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C. in
May 2013 with a Masters of Professional Studies (M.P.S.) degree in
paralegal studies with specializations in international law and
intellectual property law. She is currently an intern at an intellectual
property law firm called Gardner, Linn, Burkhart & Flory, LLP in the
greater Grand Rapids, Michigan area. She is also working on a master’s
thesis that argues for the fair use defense for appropriation artists
(like Sherrie Levine, Jeff Koons, and so forth) using the recent
“Patrick Cariou v. Richard Prince” 2011 case as a foundation for her
argument. She was also recently chosen by The George Washington University
for inclusion into the prestigious Golden Key International Honour
Society.