Marc H. Greenberg
Marc H. Greenberg is Professor of Law, founding Director, and current Co-Director of the Intellectual Property Law Center at Golden Gate University School of Law. A member of the faculty since 2000, he teaches Intellectual Property Survey, Internet Law, Intellectual Property and New Technology, and Entertainment Law in the IP curriculum. He also teaches Civil Procedure, Business Associations and related courses in the general curriculum. He was the 2010-2011 Chair of the Art Law Section of the American Association of Law Schools, and is a past co-chair of the Copyright Section of the San Francisco Intellectual Property Law Association. He is the author of a blog on intellectual property law, found at www.ipbuzz.blogspot.com.
Professor Greenberg received his A.B. degree in English Literature from the University of California, Berkeley, and his J.D. from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law. In law school he served as an articles editor of the Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly and published the first of his scholarly works; a case study analyzing the First Amendment cases of the Supreme Court's 1978 term.
Professor Greenberg's scholarship has focused on legal issues pertaining to content on the Internet, obscenity law in online contexts, and copyright issues both in the U.S and in China. He is presently working on a book, to be published in December 2013, focusing on the intersection of comic art, creativity and the law. His articles have been published in the Berkeley Technology Law Journal, The Syracuse Journal of Law and Technology, The John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law, The Loyola Chicago University Journal of International Law, and the Loyola Los Angeles Entertainment Law Review. He is a frequent speaker at IP Scholars, ABA and AALS conferences.
Professor Greenberg is teaching Property and Cyber Law in Spring 2014.
- Business Law
- Civil Litigation
- Intellectual Property Law
- Law and Society
- Legal Ethics
- Solo and Small Firm Practice