As a professor of law at Harvard Law School, John’s teaching has included:

  • “Technology and the Public Interest”
  • “Problem Solving Workshop” (a required 1L class at Harvard Law School)
  • “iLaw” with several Berkman Center colleagues, and led by Jonathan Zittrain
  • “Internet Research Methods” (an experimental seminar, co-taught with Eszter Hargittai of Northwestern)
  • “Internet, Law, and Politics”
  • “Practical Lawyering in Cyberspace,” with Phil Malone and Jeffrey Cunard
  • “Cyberlaw and the Global Economy”
  • “Digital Democracy,” led by Charles Nesson and a group of Berkman Center fellows
  • “Internet Law Colloquium,” with Terry Fisher, Charles Nesson, Yochai Benkler, and Jonathan Zittrain

John also taught courses outside of Harvard Law School:

  • “Bibliotheca,” at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, with Jeffrey Schnapp (fall, 2011)
  • “Censorship,” in the Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences, with Robert Darnton (spring, 2012)
  • “The Law of the Internet,” a freshman seminar at Harvard College (fall, 2005, and fall, 2006)
  • “Law and Economics of Cyberspace,” with Urs Gasser, a seminar at the University of St. Gallen (Switzerland) (spring, 2006)
  • “Internet & Society: the Technologies and Politics of Control” at the Harvard Extension School (2002 – 2005)
  • a Study Group, with Jonathan Zittrain at the Institute of Politics at the Kennedy School of Government (spring, 2003).

At Phillips Academy, John’s teaching included:

  • “United States History” (History 300/310)
  • “Hacking: A Course in Experiments” (INTD-600)

John’s teaching and research interests include:

  • Diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • Youth and media, especially with respect to learning
  • Internet and democracy
  • Internet governance
  • Intellectual property

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