Lui Simpson joined the Association of American Publishers (AAP) in August 2009 as Executive Director for International Enforcement and Trade Policy. She manages the association’s anti-piracy program in key Asian markets, the association’s engagement with U.S. and foreign governments on copyright, technology, and international trade policy issues, and provides analysis and guidance for the association and members on a variety of policy initiatives. Ms. Simpson also serves as AAP’s representative to several industry coalitions in pursuing shared copyright and trade concerns.
Prior to joining AAP, Lui was Senior Counsel for Intellectual Property Policy at the Entertainment Software Association, where she was responsible for developing and guiding the video game industry association’s work in the areas of copyright and international trade policy. She formulated and developed the industry’s positions and submissions to U.S. and foreign governments on a variety of copyright and trade-related issues, as well as the industry’s Statement of Principles on ISP Responsibility.
Lui holds a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) degree and a Master of Laws (LL.M) degree in International and Comparative Law. She is admitted to the New York State Bar.