I’m trying to identify the law schools that offer courses in Computer Crime Law — a course which may also be called “Cybercrime,” “Cybercrime Law,” or “Internet Crime Law.” It can be either a seminar or a full class, but I am looking for courses that are focused on the criminal law aspects of Internet/computer/cyber law rather than survey courses in computer law that dabble in some criminal-law issues. Just to start somewhere, I started off by looking at the Top 10 school according to the latest U.S. News. Of those ten, I identified seven schools that offer the course:
I also know that Yale once offered the course, when now-Acting Solicitor General Neal Katyal taught it as a visiting professor a few years ago, but I don’t know if it has been offered since. As far as I can tell from their websites, neither NYU nor Michigan offer the course.
Here’s the question for which I need your help: What other law schools offer the course, either regularly or semi-regularly? I can think of a few examples off the top of my head based on professors I know that teach it — such as Colorado, North Carolina, Georgetown, Dayton, Widener, and of course, GW — but I really need help identifying other schools that offer it. If you took such a class, or you know it is offered at your school, please post a comment or send me an e-mail (okerr at law.gwu.edu). Thanks!
P.S. Some readers may remember that I asked this question a few years ago, but my sense is that many course offerings have changed since then.