Guidebook to electronic law by Michael L. Fox, asst professor of Business Law at Mount Saint Mary College accepted into the Library of Congress permanent collection

NEWBURGH — A guidebook to electronic law, written by Michael L. Fox, assistant professor of Business Law, Pre-Law advisor, and MBA coordinator at Mount Saint Mary College, has been accepted into the Library of Congress permanent collection and catalog.

Both the first and second edition of Fox’s Primer for an Evolving eWorld were added to the Library of Congress’ General Collections. Each was assigned a Library of Congress control number.

Now in its second edition, Primer for an Evolving eWorld provides readers with a detailed, easy to understand reference guide on the legal implications of the vast array of documents, emails, text messages, websites, photographs, and social media posts that are used in our daily lives

Primer for an Evolving eWorld serves as both an educational and reference resource, regardless of whether one is an attorney, judge, paralegal, businessperson, student, self-represented litigant, or member of the general public who wishes to learn more about the American legal system.

Prior to writing Primer for an Evolving eWorld, Fox developed his research through numerous presentations and articles on topics concerning electronics and law over the last decade. Fox began on this path when electronic discovery was first becoming a mainstay in litigation.

Fox teaches courses in the Mount’s undergraduate Business program and Masters of Business Administration program. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree, Phi Beta Kappa and summa cum laude, from Bucknell University, with a major in Economics and minor in Biology. Fox also earned a Doctor of Law degree from Columbia University School of Law, where he was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar and an Articles Editor on the Columbia Business Law Review.




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