Ari Ezra Waldman is the Associate Professor of Law and Director of the Innovation Center for Law and Technology at New York Law School. His research and writing focuses, among other things, on privacy and sharing, online social networking, and the laws of Internet privacy.
Professor Waldman is a leading expert on privacy and Internet law. He has published and spoken widely on legal and policy questions related to personal privacy, technology, online harassment, and social networking. He earned Ph.D. at Columbia University and is writing a book reconceptualizing privacy for a networked world.
After graduating from Harvard College in 2002 and from Harvard Law School in 2005, Professor Waldman practiced law and two large law firms in New York City and clerked for a federal appellate court judge in Washington, D.C. He turned to full time law teaching in 2010 and was appointed to the faculty at New York Law School in 2014.
Ph.D., Columbia University; J.D., Harvard Law School; B.A., Harvard College, magna cum laude, in history.