The EEJD, pronounced "Double-E Jay-Dee", Blog provides news and commentary on issues involving technology law, policy, and innovation.
The legal focus is on patent law, though several other areas are covered, including copyright, litigation, licensing, antitrust, freedom of speech, and privacy.
The technology focus, as the name implies, is on electrical engineering technologies, including electronics, computer hardware and software, the Internet, nanotechnology, and more.
I am Brandon Rash, a third-year law student at the University of Richmond School of Law with an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering from Virginia Tech.
Before law school, I spent four years in the technology industry at a semiconductor company, living in Silicon Valley, Atlanta, and Dallas. I graduate in December 2005.
About the Name
The "EE" stands for electrical engineering, and the "JD" stands for juris doctorate, otherwise known as a law degree.
(This post was last updated on June 27, 2005.)