Category Archives: Scholarship

Other writings

Miscellaneous writings Handbook on Writing a Good Seminar Paper, http://nathenson.org/courses/cyberlaw/seminar-paper-handbook (last updated 2014) Innovations in the Classroom: Using Live Websites for Role-Playing Simulations, Newsletter of the AALS Section on Teaching Methods (Spring 2014) Teaching Law with Online Role-Playing Simulations, http://ssrn.com/abstract=1865880 (2011) Tribute: Dean W. Edward Sell–Our Dedicated Law Review Advisor and Unwavering Supporter, http://ssrn.com/abstract=1865938 (2004) Websites YouTube Screencast Channel (with instructional […]

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Procedure scholarship

Aereo‘s Errors 2 Journal of International & Comparative Law 171 (2014) This article scrutinizes the United States Supreme Court’s decision in American Broadcasting Companies, Inc. v. Aereo, Inc. Aereo’s streaming television service allowed subscribers to watch broadcast television on a computer, tablet, or smartphone without requiring them to be directly connected to cable, satellite, or […]

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Internet law scholarship

Aereo‘s Errors 2 Journal of International & Comparative Law 171 (2014) This article scrutinizes the United States Supreme Court’s decision in American Broadcasting Companies, Inc. v. Aereo, Inc. Aereo’s streaming television service allowed subscribers to watch broadcast television on a computer, tablet, or smartphone without requiring them to be directly connected to cable, satellite, or […]

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Trademark law scholarship

Best Practices for the Law of the Horse: Teaching Cyberlaw and Illuminating Law Through Online Simulations 28 Santa Clara Computer and High Technology Law Journal 657 (2012) In an influential 1996 article entitled Cyberspace and the Law of the Horse, Judge Frank Easterbrook mocked cyberlaw as a subject lacking in cohesion and therefore unworthy of […]

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