Robert A. Heverly
Adjunct Professor, Internet Law (IPSI)
Robert A. Heverly is an Associate Professor of Law at Albany Law School of Union University.
He has taught as a visiting professor at Michigan State University College of Law; taught in and directed a Masters in Law Program at the University of East Anglia’s Norwich Law School in the UK; has taught in Trier, Germany as a Guest Professor of the Common Law; and regularly teaches Internet Law as part of the George Washington University School of Law’s Munich Intellectual Property Summer Program.
Heverly earned his LL.M. from Yale Law School, after which he undertook a Resident Fellowship with the Information Society Project at Yale Law School, where he retains an affiliation as a Faculty Fellow.
He received dual Bachelor of Arts degrees (Broadcasting & Mass Communications Studies and Psychology) from the State University of New York College at Oswego (with honors), and a Juris Doctor (with honors) from Albany Law School of Union University.
Prof. Heverly is currently the Chair-Elect of the American Association of Law Schools’ Internet and Computer Law Section.
His research interests include intellectual property, technology and society (especially the Internet, computers, networks, and information law), media law, property, and globalization. He regularly teaches continuing legal education courses on legal ethics and social media & online activity. He has taught Torts, Property Law, Art and Entertainment Law, Cyber/Internet Law, Copyright Law, International and Comparative Intellectual Property Law, and related courses.
Heverly has published articles and book chapters in the Berkeley Technology Law Journal, the Georgetown Journal of International Law, and MIT Press, among others.