About KJ GREENE
Kevin Jerome Greene is a professor of contract music law and entertainment law at Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego, California. Professor Greene was the first legal scholar to examine the treatment of African-American art forms, such as the blues, under intellectual property law.
KJ Greene has represented Time-Warner/HBO and subsequently practiced entertainment law in New York at Frankfurt, Garbus, Klein & Selz. Representative clients included film director Spike Lee, singer Bobby Brown, and the rap group Public Enemy. In 2005, Greene was voted by peers in the bar as one of the top ten attorneys in San Diego county in the area of Intellectual Property Law.