Saper Law’s Client Spotlight is a new series highlighting our various practice areas through client features. This month, we are shining a spotlight on our representation of authors and publishers by featuring Saper Law client Jacqueline Saper (yes, she’s related to Daliah Saper).
Meet Jaqueline Saper
Jacqueline Saper, named after Jacqueline Kennedy, was born in Tehran to Iranian and British parents. At eighteen, she witnessed the civil unrest of the 1979 Iranian Revolution and continued to live in the Islamic Republic during its most volatile times, including the Iran-Iraq War.
In her award-winning memoir, From Miniskirt to Hijab, she recounts her experience growing up in pre-revolutionary Iran and maturing from a teenager to mother during turbulent political and cultural reforms.
In addition to being an award-winning author, Saper is a panelist, instructor, and frequent lecturer for organizations worldwide. Her opinion essays and columns have been featured in several publications, including The Seattle Times, Foreign Policy News, and the Sun-Sentinel.
Negotiating the Book Deal
Saper Law served as legal counsel to Jacqueline Saper as she navigated the process of securing a publisher. Saper Law’s services included copyright counseling and registration as well as contract negotiations with Potomac Books, an imprint of the University of Nebraska Press.
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