Jeff has taught several courses in university settings on global cyberlaw, law and the World Wide Web, and international business transactions at the University of Massachusetts (Amherst), Bentley University, and Tufts University. He is currently co-developing a course to teach at the Dispute Resolution Program at Southern Methodist University on Social Justice in the 21st century.
He co-edited three editions of “The ABA Guide to International Business Negotiations” which is the ABA’s premier text on the cross cultural influence in international business and e-commerce and wrote a chapter on building a solo international law practice using technology in the ABA’s “Careers in International Law” (2009).
Jeff also co-authored chapters on technology and law topics in several books from 2006-2012, including several chapters in the casebook, “Cyberlaw: Text and Cases” (2011, SouthWestern Cengage Learning), a chapter on mobile technology and the rule of law in “Mobile Technologies for Conflict Management” (2011, Springer) and a chapter in “Online Dispute Resolution: Theory and Practice” (2012, Eleven Publishing). Jeff has written and published many articles on the technical, legal and practical implications of the practice of law in cyberspace throughout his career.
Jeff initiated and directed the Massachusetts Bar Association “Computer College” program (1983-1987). Computer College assisted lawyers in bringing computers into law practice. He also co-founded the American Bar Association’s (ABA) TECHShow in 1987, which is now in its 26th year.