Masoud Naseri concentrates his practice in the field of intellectual property law, with an emphasis on copyrights and trademarks. In addition, he deals with entertainment law issues and is a licensed real estate broker with extensive experience in real estate transactions.
Masoud received a J.D. and LL.M. in intellectual property law from the University of New Hampshire School of Law where he was the president and founder of the Entertainment Law Society. He also attended the University College Cork in Ireland for their electronic law program.
He has a Master of Science in anthropology from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee where he conducted research centering on medical pluralism among Iran’s nomadic pastoralist ethnic minorities while receiving the Chancellor’s Graduate Fellowship. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in anthropology and a Bachelor of Science in biology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he was a Howard Hughes Undergraduate Research Fellow and graduated with distinction in biology.
In addition to practicing law, Masoud is currently an adjunct instructor of anthropology, biology, and geography and his current research focuses on indigenous intellectual property and cultural rights. He has given several professional presentations on issues pertaining to nomadic communities of West Asia.