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  School of Law–Camden 2009–2011 Faculty, Staff, and Administration Ellen P. Goodman  

Ellen P. Goodman

Professor of Law. Professor Goodman earned her B.A. magna cum laude at Harvard College in 1988 and her J.D. cum laude at Harvard Law School in 1992. Professor Goodman clerked for the Honorable Norma L. Shapiro in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Before joining the Rutgers School of Law–Camden faculty in 2003, Professor Goodman was a partner at the law firm of Covington & Burling in Washington, D.C., where she practiced for nine years. While in practice, Professor Goodman specialized in information law and policy, including telecommunications, media, and intellectual property law. She is admitted to the bars of Pennsylvania and Washington, D.C. Professor Goodman's research interests include the use of information policies as regulation, the design of media policy for the digital age, and the allocation of property rights in electromagnetic spectrum. She is also a scholar of animal law. Professor Goodman's publications include: "Stealth Marketing" (Texas Law Review), "Spectrum Rights in the Telecosm to Come" (San Diego Law Review), "Media Policy Out of the Box: Content Abundance, Attention Scarcity, and the Failures of Digital Markets" (Berkeley Technology Law Journal), "New Media Speech Subsidies: Bargains in the Marketplace of Information" (Journal of Information and High Technology Law), and "Digital Television and the Allure of Auctions: The Birth and Stillbirth of DTV Legislation" (Federal Communications Law Journal). Professor Goodman teaches intellectual property, media law, advertising law, animal law, and property law. She advised the Obama-Biden transition team as well as the Obama campaign on media law issues, and has visited at the University of Pennsylvania schools of law and communications and the Wharton School of Business. She is also a Ford Foundation grantee and a research fellow at American University's Center for Social Media.

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