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    Hofstra University
   
 
  Feb 18, 2018
 
 
    
2004-2005 Law Catalog [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

M. Patricia Adamski


Michael Siebecker     Michael Siebecker
Associate Professor of Law
B.A., Yale University
J.D., LL.M., M.Phil., Columbia University

Professor Siebecker graduated magna cum laude from Yale University. He earned a J.D. and LL.M. from Columbia Law School where he was a James Kent Scholar and Submissions Editor of the Journal of Transnational Law. As a President?s Fellow at the Columbia University Graduate School, Professor Siebecker also received an M.Phil. and currently remains a doctoral candidate in Political Theory.

Prior to joining the Hofstra faculty, Professor Siebecker spent four years at the New York firm of Cravath, Swaine & Moore as an associate in both the litigation and corporate departments. He also previously taught at Bernard College and the City University of New York as an Adjunct Professor. In addition, he has served as an arbitrator for the National Association of Securities Dealers and as an Appellate Administrative Judge for the NYC Environmental Control Board. Recently, Professor Siebecker represented a group of socially responsible investment firms as amicus curiae before the U.S. Supreme Court in Nike v. Kasky, a commercial speech case.

At Hofstra, Professor Siebecker?s course offerings include Jurisprudence, Securities Regulation, Internet Law and Civil Procedure. Professor Siebecker?s research interests address the intersection of law and political theory, focusing primarily in the areas of securities regulation, business organizations and the Internet. His recent publications include ?Cookies and the Common Law: Are Internet Advertisers Trespassing on Our Computers?,? appearing in the Southern California Law Review, and ?To Be or Not To Be….Out in the Academy,? published in the Journal of Law and Inequality.