Business Law; International Business Law
Internet and Computer Law;
Intellectual Property; National Security Law;
Professor Kenneth Anderson teaches and writes in the areas of business and international business law; public international law and governance; law of war and armed conflict; and, most recently, law and regulation of emerging technologies (particularly automation, robotics, and AI). He has published extensively on national security law topics, particularly counterterrorism, drone warfare, and autonomous weapons. He serves as book review editor of the national security and law website, Lawfare.
Foreign Language Fluency:
BA, University of California–Los Angeles; JD, Harvard Law School
Business-Finance and Investment, Human Rights, Law-Business and Employment Law, Law-International Law, National Security and War