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Jonathan L. Zittrain, American law educator. Achievements include patents for state adaptation devices and methods for wireless devices; patents for a system for facilitating communications over a network amoung participants and a moderator.

Background

Zittrain, Jonathan L. was born on December 24, 1969 in Pittsburgh. Son of Lester and Ruth Zittrain.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Yale University, 1991. Juris Doctor, Harvard University, 1995. Master of Public Administration, Harvard University, 1995.

Career

Chief forum administrator Compuserve Information Service, 1984—1986. Editorial columnist Computer Shopper, 1986-1990. Program manager Microsoft Corporation, Redmond, Washington, 1990.

With United States Department State, District of Columbia, 1991. Staff United States Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, 1992, 94. Law clerk United States Court Appeals, 1995.

Executive director, co-founder Berkman Center for Internet & Society, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1997—2000, faculty co-director, since 2000. Lecturer law Harvard Law School, 1997—1999, assistant professor, since 2000, Jack N. and Lillian R. Berkman assistant professor for entrepreneurial legal studies, since 2001. Professor, chair internet governance & regulation, director graduate studies, Oxford Internet Institute Oxford University, since 2005.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents for state adaptation devices and methods for wireless devices. Patents for a system for facilitating communications over a network amoung participants and a moderator.

Works

Connections

father:
Lester Zittrain

mother:
Ruth Zittrain