In “Who Controls the Internet? Illusions of a Borderless World” (Oxford University Press), Professor Jack L. Goldsmith and Tim Wu ’98 describe the Internet’s challenge to government rule in the ’90s and some ensuing battles over Internet freedom around the world.
In “The Limits of International Law” (Oxford University Press, 2005), Professor Jack L. Goldsmith and Eric A. Posner ’91 argue that international law is less powerful than many experts believe.
Professor Alan Dershowitz reveals how notable trials throughout history have helped shape the nation in “America on Trial: The Cases That Define Our History” (Warner Books, May 2004).
Harvard Law School has named two members of its faculty tenured professors. Assistant Professor Christine Jolls ’93, a leader in the emerging field of behavioral law and economics and a scholar of employment law, and Mark Roe ’75, a Columbia Law School professor who currently teaches corporate law as a visiting professor at HLS, will assume their new posts July 1.