David Post taught in the Department of Anthropology at Columbia University, at Georgetown and George Mason Law Schools, and, until his retirement in 2016, was the I. Herman Stern Professor at the Beasley School of Law at Temple University. He is the author of In Search of Jefferson's Moose: Notes on the State of Cyberspace (Oxford, 2009). Cyberlaw: Problems in Jurisprudence and Policy (West, 5th ed. 2017) (co-authored with Patricia Bellia, Paul Berman, and Brett Frischmann), and numerous scholarly articles on the law of cyberspace, copyright law, and complexity theory, including "Law and Borders: The Rise of Law in Cyberspace" (Stanford L. Rev., 1996) which is the 2d most-cited intellectual property article of all time. Prior to becoming a legal academic, he practiced law for six years at the DC firm of Wilmer, Cutler, & Pickering, and clerked twice for Ruth Bader Ginsburg (on the DC Court of Appeals in 1986-87 and on the Supreme Court in 1993-94). He plays guitar in the duo "Bad Dog."
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