The Ohio State University
Michael C. Moritz College of Law
Swire is the C. William O’Neill Professor of Law at the Moritz College of Law of the Ohio State University. In the fall of 2010, he is teaching a seminar on The Financial Crisis, and a course on U.S. law for foreign graduate law students.
Since entering law teaching in 1990, Swire has taught a wide range of courses, especially on technology, business, and regulatory topics, including: Antitrust; Banking Regulation; Business Associations; Cybersecurity; Environmental Law; the Law of Cyberspace; Legislation; Legal Ethics; Privacy Law; Regulation of Toxic Substances; and Torts. He has also taught a number of specialized seminars.See Swire's Ohio State University Homepage here.
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