We are very pleased to have Bruce Boyden join us this month for a guest visit. Bruce is a visiting assistant professor at Washington & Lee University School of Law, where he teaches contracts, internet law, and patents. He has a B.A. from the University of Arkansas, did graduate work in history at Northwestern, and received his J.D. from Yale Law School. From 1997-2005, Bruce was a litigation associate at Proskauer Rose, where he worked on a wide variety of internet law and copyright matters, including content protection, infringement claims, domain name disputes, keyword advertising, privacy, and suits against anonymous defendants. Bruce left private practice in 2005 to take a visiting position at Michigan State University College of Law, and in the spring moved to Washington & Lee.
His current research focuses on copyrights in videogame displays, and on recent trends in copyright scholarship. He is also the author of a chapter on the Electronic Communications Privacy Act in a forthcoming treatise on privacy law, “Proskauer on Privacy” (PLI, Fall 2006).