Fordham Law Review Hosts Book Talk

December 07, 2009

The Fordham Law Review welcomed law professors and authors David Post and Jonathan Zittrain to the Law School on December 4 to discuss their most recent books. The event was the latest installment of the Law Review’s book symposium series.

Post is the author of In Search of Jefferson’s Moose: Notes on the State or Cyberspace. He is the I. Herman Stern Professor of Law at Temple, where he teaches intellectual property law and the law of cyberspace.

Zittrain wrote The Future of the Internet…And How to Stop It. He is a Professor at Harvard Law and the Co-Founder and Faculty Co-Director of the Berkman Center for Internet & Society.

After each professor spoke about the other’s book, Fordham Law Professors Joel Reidenberg, Mark Patterson, and Jeanne Fromer provided additional commentary. Other participants included James Grimmelmann from New York Law School and Elizabeth Stark from Yale Law.

Fordham Law Review’s book symposium series was inaugurated in fall 2002 by former Fordham Law Professor James Fleming. The first three installments brought Christopher Eisgruber, Jed Rubenfeld, Larry Kramer, Lawrence Sager, and Cass Sunstein to the Law School and dealt with constitutional law.