Frederick K. Cox International Law Center
Frederick K. Cox International Law Center





Case Western Reserve University School of Law
2008 Jessup International Moot Court World Championship Team.

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The International Law Faculty



Raymond Ku
Professor
Phone: 216/368-3963
Email: rsk14@case.edu

Professor; A.B. with Honors 1992 (Brown), JD cum laude 1995 (New York University)
Raymond Ku is co-director of the Center for Law, Technology and the Arts, and co-director of the Cyberspace Law and Policy Office. Prof. Ku clerked for the Hon. Timothy K. Lewis, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. He then practiced constitutional, intellectual property and antitrust law with Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, LLP, and First Amendment/media and intellectual property law with Levine Pierson Sullivan & Koch, LLP, both in Washington, D.C. He has taught at Cornell, Seton Hall University, Thomas Jefferson, and St. Thomas University law schools. An internationally recognized and prolific scholar, his articles appear in the law reviews and journals of Berkeley, Chicago, Fordham, Georgetown, Minnesota, Stanford, Tulane, Vanderbilt, and Wisconsin, among others. He is the lead author of the first Cyberlaw casebook.


Publications:

“Grokking Grokster,”___Wisconsin Law Review___ (forthcoming 2005)

“Consumers & Creative Destruction: Fair Use Beyond Market Failure,” 18 Berkeley Technology Law Journal 539 (2003)

“Internet Revolution,” 20 Santa Clara Computer and High Technology Law Journal 205 (2003)

“Is File-Sharing Illegal?” Cleveland Free Times, September 24, 2003

Teacher’s Manual Cyberspace Law: Cases & Materials (Aspen Publishing, 2002)

“The Creative Destruction of Copyright: Napster & the New Economics of Digital Technology,” 69 University of Chicago Law Review 263 (2002)

“The Founders’ Privacy: The Fourth Amendment and The Power of Technological Surveillance,” 86 Minnesota Law Review 1325 (2002)

“Irreconcilable Differences: Congressional Treatment of Internet Service Providers as Speakers,” 3 Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment Law & Practice 70 (2001)

“Think Twice Before You Type,” Opinion and Commentary, 163 N.J.L.J. 23 (February 19, 2001) (invited)

“Antitrust Immunity, the First Amendment & Settlements: Defining the Boundaries of the Right to Petition,” 33 Indiana Law Review 385 (2000)

“Open Internet Access & Freedom of Speech: A First Amendment Catch-22,” 75 Tulane Law Review 87 (2000). Reprinted in First Amendment Law Handbook 2001-2002 (West Group) and Stanford Technology Law Review (Working Paper Series 2000)

“Open Internet Access & Freedom of Speech: A First Amendment Catch-22,” 75 Tulane Law Review 87 (2000). Reprinted in First Amendment Law Handbook 2001-2002 (West Group) and Stanford Technology Law Review (Working Paper Series 2000)

“Swingers: Morality Legislation & The Limits of State Police Power,” 12 St. Thomas Law Review 1 (2000)