Microsoft Visiting Professor, Information Technology Policy
Joel R. Reidenberg is the inaugural Microsoft Visiting Professor of Information Technology Policy at Princeton University and holds the Stanley D. and Nikki Waxberg Chair in Law at Fordham University. At Fordham, he served as the Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs / Associate Chief Academic Officer of the University and served as President of Fordham University’s Faculty Senate. Professor Reidenberg previously directed the law school’s Graduate Program and founded the Center on Law and Information Policy. Reidenberg’s published books and articles explore both information privacy and information technology law and policy. He teaches courses in Intellectual Property Law, Internet Law and Information Privacy. He has served as an expert adviser to the U.S. Congress, the Federal Trade Commission and the European Commission. He has also chaired the Section on Defamation and Privacy of the Association of American Law Schools (the academic society for American law professors) and is a former chair of the association's Section on Law and Computers.
Reidenberg received an A.B. degree from Dartmouth College (1983), a J.D. from Columbia University (1986), and both a D.E.A. droit international économique (1987) and a Ph.D in law from the Université de Paris –Sorbonne (2003). He is admitted to the Bars of New York and the District of Columbia.