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Arthur Miller

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Archived Biography: Professor Miller led the Berkman Center's inaugural online lecture and discussion series, Privacy in Cyberspace, which was free and open to the general public. See the series archive.

Research: Civil procedure; copyright; the implications of computer technology for personal privacy.

Representative Publications:

Civil Procedure, with J. Cound, J. Friedenthal & J. Sexton, 7th ed. (West, 1996)
Federal Practice and Procedure, with C. Wright and others (West, 1964-97)
Civil Procedure, with J. Friedenthal and M. Kane, 2d ed. (West, 1993)
"Copyright Protection for Computer Programs, Databases, and Computer-Generated Works: Is Anything New Since CONTU?" 106 Harvard Law Review 978 (1993)
Miller's Court (Houghton Mifflin, 1985).

Education: University of Rochester A.B. 1955, History; Harvard Law School LL.B. 1958.


Projects & Tools

Berkman Online Lecture and Discussion (BOLD) Series

We offer computer-mediated seminars through our interactive Berkman Online Lecture and Discussion (BOLD) series. Topics have included intellectual property and privacy on the… More


Courses

Business and the Internet: Strategy, Law, and Policy - Spring 1997

This graduate seminar is jointly presented by the Schools of Business, Government, and Law. By exploring specific firms or industries we will examine strategic choices that… More

Law, Internet & Society - Fall 1996

Law, Internet & Society - Fall 1996 More