Jim DeLong is a senior fellow at the Progress & Freedom Foundation. Mr. DeLong directs the Center for the Study of Digital Property at the Foundation. He is an expert on antitrust issues, intellectual property, patents, open source issues, information and technology policy, inoperability and standards. He has written widely on copyright issues and is the author of Property Matters: How Property Rights Are Under Assault - And Why You Should Care.
Prior to his time at the PFF, Mr. DeLong was a senior fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute and has worked extensively in the public interest. He served as general counsel for the National Legal Center for the Public Interest, was research director of the Administrative Conference of the United States and assistant director for special projects at the FTC’s Bureau of Consumer Protection. Mr. DeLong attended Harvard College and graduated magna cum laude from Harvard Law School, where he was book review editor of the Harvard Law Review.