Eben Moglen voice: 212-854-8382 Professor of Law & Legal History fax: 212-854-7946 moglen@ Columbia Law School, 435 West 116th Street, NYC 10027 columbia.edu General Counsel, Free Software Foundation
Work in Progress, The Invisible Barbecue
Microsoft: Breaking Up is Good to Do [ http://www.thenation.com/issue/000626/0626moglen.shtml ], The Nation, June 26, 2000
Cyberpatrol Curbs Speech [ http://www.thecrimson.com/opinion/article.asp?ref=7623 ], Harvard Crimson, April 25, 2000
Microsoft: Judgment Day [ http://www.thenation.com/issue/000424/0424moglen.shtml ], The Nation, April 4, 2000
Microsoft Can Gain by Freeing Software [ http://www.mercurycenter.com/archives/reprints/0100/perspective12261999.htm ], San Jose Mercury News, December 26, 1999
Microsoft's Fatal Error [ http://www.thenation.com/issue/991129/1129moglen.shtml ], The Nation, November 11, 1999
Anarchism Triumphant: Free Software and the Death of Copyright [ http://emoglen.law.columbia.edu/my_pubs/anarchism.html ], First Monday, August 1999 (also available in PostScript [ http://old.law.columbia.edu/my_pubs/anarchism.ps ]) [German translation by Andreas von Bonin [ http://emoglen.law.columbia.edu/my_pubs/anarchism-deutsch.html ]]
Antitrust and American Democracy [ http://www.thenation.com/issue/981130/1130MOGL.HTM ], The Nation, November 30, 1998
Microsoft Wants Us [ http://www.thenation.com/issue/980615/0615MOGL.HTM ], The Nation, June 15, 1998
The Microbrain Launch [ http://old.law.columbia.edu/my_pubs/launch.html ] (a memo from The Invisible Barbecue, April 21, 1998)
The Invisible Barbecue [ http://old.law.columbia.edu/my_pubs/barbecue.html ] (also available in PostScript [ http://old.law.columbia.edu/my_pubs/barbecue.ps ])
In July 2000 I will be teaching in the Columbia-Leiden-Amsterdam Program [ http://emoglen.law.columbia.edu/#Columbia-L ].
During the fall semester of 2000 I will be teaching Law in the Internet Society [ http://emoglen.law.columbia.edu/#Internet ] at Columbia.
Columbia-Leiden-Amsterdam Summer Program in American Law [ http://old.law.columbia.edu/clasp ]
Computers, Privacy & the Constitution [ http://old.law.columbia.edu/CPC/ ]
Perspectives in Modern Legal Thought [ http://old.law.columbia.edu/persp/ ]
English Legal History [ http://emoglen.law.columbia.edu/ELH/ ]
Law in the Internet Society [ http://emoglen.law.columbia.edu/LIS/ ]
Free Software Foundation [ http://www.fsf.org/ ]
Electronic Frontier Foundation [ http://www.eff.org/ ]
Judge Weinfeld, A Recollection [ http://old.law.columbia.edu/my_pubs/ew.html ] PostScript [ http://old.law.columbia.edu/my_pubs/ew.ps ]
The Invisible Barbecue [ http://old.law.columbia.edu/my_pubs/barbecue.html ], 97 Colum. L. Rev. 945 (1997). PostScript [ http://old.law.columbia.edu/my_pubs/barbecue.ps ]
Considering Zenger: Partisan Politics and the Legal Profession in Colonial New York [ http://old.law.columbia.edu/my_pubs/zenger.html ], 94 Colum. L. Rev. 1495 (1994). PostScript [ http://old.law.columbia.edu/my_pubs/zenger.ps ]
Holmes's Legacy and the New Constitutional History [ http://old.law.columbia.edu/my_pubs/fiss.html ], 108 Harv. L. Rev. 2027 (1995). PostScript [ http://old.law.columbia.edu/my_pubs/fiss.ps ]
The Incompleat Burkean: Bruce Ackerman's New Constitutional History [ http://old.law.columbia.edu/my_pubs/burkean.html ], 5 Yale J. Law & Humanities 532 (1993). PostScript [ http://old.law.columbia.edu/my_pubs/burkean.ps ]
The Transformation of Morton Horwitz [ http://old.law.columbia.edu/my_pubs/horwitz.html ], 93 Colum. L. Rev. 1042 (1993). PostScript [ http://old.law.columbia.edu/my_pubs/horwitz.ps ]
Legal Fictions and Common Law Legal Theory: Some Historical Reflections [ http://old.law.columbia.edu/my_pubs/fict.html ], 10 Tel-Aviv Univ. Stud. in L. 35 (1991). PostScript [ http://old.law.columbia.edu/my_pubs/fict.ps ]
Justice: Past & Present [ http://www.npr.org/ramfiles/wesat/19990116.wesat.10.ram ], National Public Radio, Weekend Edition Saturday, January 16, 1999
Antitrust History and the Microsoft Trial [ http://www.webactive.com/webactive/audio/radionation/rn981216c.ram ], Radio Nation, December 16, 1998
So Much For Savages [ http://old.law.columbia.edu/my_pubs/yu-encrypt.html ], Comments on Encryption Policy, NYU Law School, November 19, 1998 (revised). PostScript [ http://old.law.columbia.edu/my_pubs/yu-encrypt.ps ]
The Virtual Scholar and Network Liberation [ http://old.law.columbia.edu/my_pubs/nospeech.html ], Association of American Law Schools, New Orleans, 5 January 1995 (undelivered). PostScript [ http://old.law.columbia.edu/my_pubs/aals95.ps ]
American Federalisms: The Structure of 18C North American Law [ http://old.law.columbia.edu/my_pubs/aslh.html ], American Society for Legal History, Atlanta, 9 February 1990. PostScript [ http://old.law.columbia.edu/my_pubs/aslh.ps ]
John Perry Barlow [ http://www.eff.org/~barlow ]
Yochai Benkler [ http://www.law.nyu.edu/benklery/index.html ]
James Boyle [ http://james-boyle.com/ ]
John Gilmore [ http://www.cygnus.com/~gnu/index.html ]
Philip Greenspun [ http://188.8.131.52/~philg/philg.html ]
Lawrence Lessig [ http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/lessig.html ]
Charles Nesson [ http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/nesson.html ]
Oppedahl & Larson [ http://www.patents.com/oandl.sht ]
Pamela Samuelson [ http://www.sims.berkeley.edu/~pam/ ]
Richard Stallman [ http://www.gnu.org/people/rms.html ]
1994-, Professor of Law and Legal History, Columbia Law School.
1987-94, Associate Professor of Law, Columbia Law School.
1986-87, Law Clerk to Justice Thurgood Marshall, United States Supreme Court.
1985-86, Law Clerk to Judge Edward Weinfeld, United States District Court, Southern District of New York.
1984, Associate, Cravath Swaine & Moore, New York.
1983, IBM Corporation, Armonk, New York, Associate Corporation Counsel
1979-84, IBM Corporation, San Jose, California, Programmer/Analyst, Programming Language Research & Development.
General Counsel, Free Software Foundation
1993, Yale University, Ph.D. with Distinction in History
1985, Yale University, J.D.; M.Phil. in History (with honors) Articles Editor, Yale Law Journal, Vol. 93.
1976-80, Swarthmore College. A.B. (High Honors), 1980. Phi Beta Kappa. Philip Hicks Prize, Literary Criticism.
Anarchism Triumphant: Free Software and the Death of Copyright, First Monday (August, 1999)
The Invisible Barbecue, 97 Colum. L. Rev. 945 (1997).
R. Helmholz, C.M. Gray, J.H. Langbein, E. Moglen, et al., The Privilege Against Self-Incrimination: Its Origins and Development (Chicago: Chicago University Press, 1997).
Zapf & Moglen, Linguistic Indeterminacy and the Rule of Law: On the Perils of Misunderstanding Wittgenstein, 84 Geo. L. Rev. 485 (1996).
Holmes's Legacy and the New Constitutional History, 108 Harv. L. Rev. 2027 (1995).
Considering Zenger: Partisan Politics and the Legal Profession in Colonial New York, 94 Colum. L. Rev. 1495 (1994).
Taking the Fifth: Reconsidering the History of the Privilege Against Self-Incrimination, 92 Mich. L. Rev. 1086 (1994).
Towards a New Deal Legal History, 80 Va. L. Rev. 263 (1994).
Settling the Law: Legal Development in New York, 1664-1776 (Ph.D. diss., Yale University, 1993).
A Vigil For Thurgood Marshall, 93 Colum. L. Rev. 1061 (1993).
The Incompleat Burkean: Bruce Ackerman's New Constitutional History, 5 Yale J. Law & Humanities 532 (1993).
The Transformation of Morton Horwitz (Book Review), 93 Colum. L. Rev. 1042 (1993).
Legal Fictions and Common Law Legal Theory: Some Historical Reflections, 10 Tel-Aviv Univ. Stud. in L. 35 (1991).
The New Historiography of Colonial Criminal Law (Review Essay), 1 Georgia J. Southern Leg. Hist. 175 (1991).
John Reid's American Revolution (Book Review), 9 Law & Hist. Rev. 389 (1991).
Moglen & Pierce, Sunstein's New Canons: Choosing the Fictions of Statutory Construction, 90 U. Chi. L. Rev. 1203 (1990).
Jewishness and the American Constitutional Tradition: The Cases of Brandeis and Frankfurter (Book Review), 89 Colum. L. Rev. 959 (1989).
Note, Commercial Arbitration in the Eighteenth Century: Looking for the Transformation of American Law, 93 Yale L.J. 135 (1983).