Introducing Guest Blogger Harry Surden
I’m thrilled to welcome aboard Professor Harry Surden who will be guest blogging with us. Professor Surden is an Associate Professor of Law at the University of Colorado Law School where he teaches intellectual property law and technology law. Professor Surden is a former software engineer, and as such, his research is focused at the intersection of law and technology. He writes about intellectual property law (with a substantive focus on patents and copyright), information privacy law, legal informatics and legal automation, and the application of computer technology within the legal system.
Prior to joining Colorado Law, Professor Surden was a resident fellow at the Stanford Center for Legal Informatics (CodeX) at Stanford Law School, and he is currently an affiliated faculty member at Stanford’s CodeX center. He was previously a software engineer at Cisco Systems and Bloomberg Financial Markets. He holds a J.D, from Stanford Law School and a B.A. from Cornell University.
More information about Professor Surden can be found on his home page here, and his Twitter is @HarrySurden .
Professor Surden’s recent publications include:
Machine Learning and Law 89 Washington Law Review 87 (2014)
Technological Cost as Law in Intellectual Property 27 Harvard Journal of Law and Technology 135 (2013)
Computable Contracts 46 U.C. Davis Law Review 629 (2012)
Efficient Uncertainty in Patent Interpretation 68 Washington and Lee Law Review 1737 (2011)
Structural Rights in Privacy 60 SMU Law Review 1605 (2007)