Inside the Copyright Office’s honors program for young lawyers

The name Barbara A. Ringer has deep meaning to the U.S. Copyright Office. The late Ringer worked there for more than 30 years, and served as its first woman director in the 1970s, after winning a discrimination lawsuit. She helped modernize copyright law, and was recognized internationally. Today the Copyright Office runs a two-year honors program for young lawyers named after Ms. Ringer. Federal Drive host Tom Temin spoke with one of the current fellows: Keyana Pusey.