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About the Author

David Post is a Professor of Law at the Beasley School of Law at Temple University, where he teaches intellectual property law and the law of cyberspace, a Fellow at the Institute for Information Law and Policy at New York Law School, an Adjunct Scholar at the Cato Institute, and a contributor to the Volokh Conspiracy blog.

Trained originally as a physical anthropologist, Professor Post spent two years studying the feeding ecology of yellow baboons in Kenya’s Amboseli National Park, and he taught at the Columbia University Department of Anthropology from 1976 through 1981. He then attended Georgetown Law Center, from which he graduated summa cum laude in 1986. After clerking with then-Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the DC Circuit Court of Appeals, he spent 6 years at the Washington D.C. law firm of Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering, practicing in the areas of intellectual property law and high technology commercial transactions. He then clerked again for Justice Ginsburg during her first term at the Supreme Court of the United States before joining the faculty of, first, the Georgetown University Law Center (1994 – 1997) and then the Temple University Law School (1997 – present).

He’s the author of Cyberlaw: Problems of Policy and Jurisprudence in the Information Age (3d Ed., West, 2007) (co-authored with Paul Schiff Berman and Patricia Bellia), as well as numerous articles on intellectual property, the law of cyberspace, and the application of complexity theory to Internet legal questions. He has appeared as a commentator on the Lehrer News Hour, Court TV’s Supreme Court Preview, NPR’s All Things Considered, BBC’s World, and numerous other shows, and recently was featured in the PBS documentary The Supreme Court. For four years (1994 - 1998) he wrote a monthly column on law and technology (APlugging In@) for the American Lawyer, and he co-authored the monthly “On the Horizon” column for InformationWeek (with Bradford Brown) between 1998 and 2003. During 1996-1997 he conducted, along with colleagues Larry Lessig and Eugene Volokh, the first Internet-wide online course on ACyberspace Law for Non-Lawyers@ which attracted over 20,000 subscribers. He also plays guitar, piano, banjo, and harmonica, on his own, and in the bands “Bad Dog,” “the Dwights,” and the Zen Cohens, has appeared as a guest artist with the band Transistor Rodeo, and at the New York Guitar Festival.

Professor Posts writings can be accessed online here.

Most Recent Post

Best Moose for the Internet (so far)

One of the nice things about going around and giving talks about the book is that listeners offer up some good ideas about candidates for the “moose” for the Net. I was somewhat unsatisfied with my own choice — Wikipedia — in the book, and with good reason: though it is a good candidate for something “dazzling” on the Net (in the way that the moose was dazzling to those in the Old World), it doesn’t have the same “we need new thinking about things” quality that a good Moose should have. Of all the candidates I’ve seen so far, I think Larry Lessig had the best version, here. Well worth watching -