2007-present Jack N. and Lillian R. Berkman Professor of Entrepreneurial Legal Studies, Harvard Law School
faculty co-director, Berkman Center for Internet and Society
2003-2007 Professor of Law, Yale Law School; Joseph M. Field '55 Professor of Law
2002-03 Visiting Professor of Law, Harvard Law School
2001-02 Visiting Professor of Law, Yale Law School
2001-03 Professor of Law, New York University School of Law.
Director, Engleberg Center for Innovation Law and Policy
Director, Information Law Institute (2000-03)
1999-2001 Associate Professor of Law, 1999-2000, New York University School of Law.
1996-99 Assistant Professor of Law, New York University School of Law. Faculty co-director, JSD Program.(1997-2001).
1995-96 Law Clerk to Justice Stephen Breyer, United States Supreme Court
1994-95 Associate, Ropes & Gray, Boston, MA.
1992-94 Teaching Fellow, Harvard College
1984-87 Member & Treasurer, Kibbutz Shizafon, Israel
1982-86 Military Service, Israel Defense Force.
1994 Harvard Law School, J.D.
1991 Tel-Aviv University, Faculty of Law, LL.B.
2007 EFF Pioneer Award
2006 Public Knowledge IP3 award
Board of Advisors: Public Knoweldge, BIOS, IP Watch, Sunlight Foundation
Massachusetts Bar, admitted 1995
The Wealth of Networks: How Social Production Transforms Markets and Freedom (Yale University Press 2006)
2008 CITASA Book Award from the American Sociological Association: outstanding book related to the
sociology of communications or information technology
2007 Don K. Price award from the American Political Science Association: best book on science, technology,
and politics in last three years
2006 Donald McGannon award: best book on social and ethical relevance in communications policy
2006 Strategy & Business: best business book about the future
Translations: Italian (complete); French, Chinese, Korean, Polish (in progress).
Rules of the Road for the Information Superhighway : Electronic Communications and the Law (West Publishing, 1996 & 1997 supp.)
Dynamic Remodeling of in-group bias during the 2008 Presidential Election, PNAS, 106 March 31, 2009. with David Rand, Thomas Pfeiffer, Anna Dreber, Rachel Sheketoff, and Nils Wernerfelt
Law, Policy and Cooperation, in Government and Markets: Toward A New Theory of Regulation (E. Balleisen and D. Moss eds forthcoming 2009).
Information, Structures, and the Constitution of American Society, in The Constitution in 2020, Jack Balkin and Reva Siegel eds., (OUP 2009), 187-195.
Educating for Participation in the Networked Environment, Symposium: The Wealth of Networks 6(2) Policy Futures in Education 152-175 (2008)
The Idea of Access to Knowledge and the Information Commons in From Intellectual Property Rights to Access to Knowledge (G. Krikorian and A. Kapczynski eds forthcoming 2009).
Technology policy, cooperation, and human systems design, in The Economics of Technology Policy (D. Foray, ed. forthcoming 20009)
The Networked Public Librarian (American Library Association 2007)
The University in the Networked Economy and Society: Challenges and Opportunities (Educause, forthcoming 2008)
Commons-Based Peer Production and Virtue. Journal of Political Philosophy, 14 (4), 2006: 394-419; with Helen Nissenbaum
Addressing Global Health Inequities: An Open Licensing Approach for University Innovations, 20 Berkeley Tech. L.J. 1031 (2005), with Amy Kapczynski, Samantha Chaifetz, and Zachary Katz
Peer Production of Survivable Critical Infrastructures, in M. F. Grady & F. Parisi (Eds.), The Law and Economics of Cybersecurity (pp. 73-114) (Cambridge University Press 2005)
Common Wisdom: Peer Production of Educational Materials, Center for Open and Sustainable Learning (2005)
"Sharing Nicely": On shareable goods and the emergence of sharing as a modality of economic production, 114 Yale L. J. 273 (2004)
Commons-Based Strategies and the Problems of Patents, 305 Science 1110 (Aug. 20, 2004)
Freedom in the Commons, 52 Duke L.J. 1245 (2003)
Through the Looking Glass: Alice and Constitutional Foundations of the Public Domain, 66 J. Law & Contemp. Probs. 173 (Winter/Spring 2003)
Coase's Penguin, or Linux and the Nature of the Firm, 112 Yale L.J (2002)
Some Economics of Wireless Communications, 16 Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 25 (Fall 2002)
Intellectual Property and the Organization of Information Production, 22 Int'l Rev. of L. & Ec. 81 (2002).
A Speakers Corner Under the Sun, in The Commodification of Information: Political, Social, and Cultural Ramifications (N. Elkin-Koren, N. Netanel, eds.) (Kluwer, 2002).
Siren Songs and Amish Children: Autonomy, Information, and Law, 76 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 23 (2001)
The Battle Over the Institutional Ecosystem in the Digital Environment, 44 Communications of the ACM No.2 84 (2001)
Property, Commons, and the First Amendment: Towards a Core Common Infrastructure (White Paper for the Brennan Center for Justice) (March, 2001)
A Political Economy of the Public Domain: Markets in Information Goods vs. The Marketplace of Ideas, in Expanding the Boundaries of Intellectual Property: Innovation Policy for the Knowledge Society (Rochelle Dreyfuss, Diane L Zimmerman, and Harry First, eds. 2001)
From Consumers to Users: Shfiting the Deeper Structures of Regulation Towards Sustainable Commons and User Access, 52 Fed. Comm. L.J. 561 (2000)
An Unhurried View of Private Ordering in Information Transactions, 53 Vanderbilt Law Rev. 2063 (2000)
Constitutional Bounds of Database Protection: The Role of Judicial Review in the Creation and
Definition of Private Rights in Information, 15 Berkeley L. & Tech. J. 535 (2000)
Net Regulation: Taking Stock and Looking Forward, 71 Colorado Law Rev. 331 (2000)
Free Markets vs. Free Speech: A Resilient Red Lion and it Critics, Reviewing Rationales and Rationalizations, Regulating the Electronic Media (Robert Corn-Revere, ed.) 11 European J. Int'l L. 171 (2000)
Internet Regulation: A Case Study in the Problem of Unilateralism, 11 European J. of Int'l L. 167 (2000)
Free as the Air to Common Use: First Amendment Constraints on Enclosure of the Public Domain, 74 N.Y.U. Law Review 354 (1999)
The Commons As A Neglected Factor of Information Policy (TPRC September 98)
Communications Infrastructure Regulation and the Distribution of Control Over Content, 22(3) Telecommunications Policy 183 (1998)
Overcoming Agoraphobia: Building the Commons of the Digitally Networked Environment, 11 Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 287 (Winter 1997-98)