Congrats to Brian Craig!

Posted by on October 17, 2011

Congratulations to our instructor and program chair, Brian Craig.  Brian Craig’s new textbook, Cyberlaw: The Law of the Internet and Information  Technology is listed on by clicking here. The text version should be available in January 2012. 

  Brian Craig is the legal program chair with the Globe Education Network Online Division. He predominantly teaches constitutional issues, intellectual property, cyber law, and legal research. He was an adjunct instructor from 2005-2008 and became a full-time instructor in March 2008. In January 2009, he became the legal program chair
for the online division.

 Prior to joining the faculty of Globe University/Minnesota School of Business, Brian Craig worked as an attorney at Thomson-Reuters from 2002-2008. He also previously worked as a legal editor for Wolters Kluwer, judicial law clerk for Idaho District Court Judge Carl Kerrick, and legislative aide for Senator George Runner in the California State Legislature. Brian received a BA in political science from Brigham Young University and a JD from the University of Idaho College of Law. He was also a 1997-1998 Jesse Unruh Assembly Fellow at California State University, Sacramento.

 Brian Craig was also an adjunct instructor at the University of Minnesota Law School from 2007-2008. In addition, he is an articles reviewer for the American Business Law Journal.

 His research interests focus on intellectual property, privacy, and constitutional issues with emerging technologies. He has written scholarly articles appearing in the North Dakota Law Review, Real Estate Law Journal, Real Estate Review, Perspectives: Teaching Legal & Writing, and Raven: A Journal of Vexillology. Brian is currently writing a cyberlaw textbook for Pearson.

He currently lives in Providence, Utah with his wife and two sons.

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