Introducing Guest Blogger Bruce Boyden
I’m thrilled to welcome back Professor Bruce Boyden as a guest blogger. Professor Boyden is an Assistant Professor at Marquette University School of Law where he teaches and writes in the areas of copyright, Internet law, privacy, legal history, and civil procedure. His scholarship focuses on the ways in which law adapts to sudden change in the technological, social, or economic landscape.
Prior to joining the faculty at Marquette, Professor Boyden was a visiting professor at Washington & Lee University School of Law and at Michigan State University College of Law. Before that, he was in private practice for several years with the law firm Proskauer Rose LLP, where his practice focused on copyright, digital rights management, privacy, and Internet law. Professor Boyden is a graduate of Yale Law School, where he served as Notes Editor of the Yale Law Journal and as an Editor of the Yale Journal of Law & Feminism. He received his M.A. in history from Northwestern University and his B.A., summa cum laude, from the University of Arkansas in history and philosophy.
His recent work includes:
Can a Computer Intercept Your Email?, 34 Cardozo L. Rev. 669 (2012).
Oversharing: Facebook Discovery and the Unbearable Sameness of Internet Law, 65 Ark. L. Rev. 39 (2012).
Constitutional Safety Valve: The Privileges or Immunities Clause and Status Regimes in a Federalist System, 62 Ala. L. Rev. 111 (2011).
Games and Other Uncopyrightable Systems, 18 Geo. Mason L. Rev. 439 (2011).
Privacy of Electronic Communications, in Proskauer on Privacy (PLI 2011).