by the Court on the issues raised by this case; and it is
FURTHER ORDERED, that, in the execution of this reference the Special Master shall supervise discovery, and shall rule on all contested matters arising in connection therewith, unless, at his election, he determines a matter should be decided by the Court, and it is
FURTHER ORDERED that, in the execution of this reference the Special Master shall possess and may exercise all powers conferred upon special masters in like cases; shall likewise possess and may exercise, to the extent permitted by law, all powers conferred upon U.S. Magistrate Judges by 28 U.S.C. § 636; and may make such orders as may be necessary and appropriate pursuant to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, all subject to review by the Court; and it is
FURTHER ORDERED, that the Special Master shall submit his Report, including his proposed findings of fact and conclusions of law, on or before May 31, 1998, whereupon this reference shall terminate, unless extended by further order of the Court; and it is
FURTHER ORDERED, that the Special Master shall receive compensation for his services herein at the hourly rate of $ 250, and may employ a person of his choice in the capacity of a law clerk or research assistant; and it is
FURTHER ORDERED, that the Special Master's fee shall be assessed or apportioned as justice may require at the termination of the reference, except that the Special Master may apply for interim compensation if the reference is extended; and it is
FURTHER ORDERED, that other costs incurred by the Special Master in connection with this reference shall be borne equally by the parties, and their respective shares thereof promptly paid as the Special Master shall direct, subject to reassessment or reapportionment at the conclusion of the case.
Thomas Penfield Jackson
U.S. District Judge
Yale Law School, New Haven, CT.
TRINITY COLLEGE; Cambridge University, Cambridge, England.
M.A. (Contab.) Philosophy, 1986; Honors First Calss.
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa.
B.A. Economics, B.S. Management (Wharton), 1983.
Harvard Law School; Harvard University
Visiting Professor of Law, Winter term, 1997, Professor of Law, 1997.
The Law School; University of Chicago.
Assistant Professor of Law, 1991 - 1995; Professor of Law, 1995-97. Co-Director, Center for the Study of Constitutionalism in Eastern Europe. Courses taught or currently teaching: Constitutional Law I (federalism, seperation of powers, judicial review). Constitutional Law II (free speech), Contract , The Law of Cyberspace (Seminar); The Public Good (Seminar); Comparative Constitutional Law (Seminar); Legal Theory Workshop (Seminar); Fidelity Theory; Theories of Originalism (Seminar).
Penn National Commission on Society, Culture and Community, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Program on Ethics and the Professions, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. , 1996-97.
The Yale Law School, Yale University
Visiting Professor of Law, Spring term, 1995. The Law of Cyberspace, Antitrust.
Lexis-Nexis Electronic Authors Press.
Member of Editorial Advisory Board (resigned)
Lexis Counsle Connect.
Moderator, Constitutional Law Discussion Group, 1994-95
Legal Studies Programms, CEU Budapest, Hungary.
program for Eastern and Central European lawyers, teaching Law and Economics, Separation of Powers, and Constitutional Privacy , Summer, 1992, 1993, 1995 (Budapest); 1994 (Moscow).
Justice Antonin Scalia; United States Supreme Court.
Law Clerk, 1990-91
Judge Richard Posner; U.S. Court of Appelas, Seventh Circuit.
Law Clerk, 1989-90
PUBLICATIONS AND WORK IN PROGRESS
The Erie Effects of Volume 110; An Essay on Context in Constitutional Theory
110 Harvard Law review (forthcoming 1997)
Lessons from a Line Item Veto Law
Case Western Reserve Law Review (forthcoming 1997).
The Puzzling Persistence of Bellbottom Theory: What a Constitutional Theory Should Be
85 Georgetown Law Jornal 1837 (1997)
The Constitution of Code: Limitations on Choice-based Critiques of Cyberspace Regulation
5 Comm Law Conspects 181 (1997)
Intellectual Property and Code
11 St. Johns Jouranl of Legal Commentary 635 (1997)
The new Chicago School
Journal of Law and Economics (forthcoming 1997).
Constitution and Code
27 Cumberland Law Review (1997)
Fidelity and Constraint
65 Fordham Law Review 1365 (1997)
Reading the Constitution in Cyberspace
45 Emory Law Review 869 (1996)
The Zones of Cyberspace
48 Stanford Law Review 1403 (1996)
Judicial Reputation: A Citation Analysis of Federal Court of Appeals Judges
(co-authors: William Landers, Michael Solimine , forthcoming. Journal of Law and Economics (1997)
1995 Supreme Court Review 125 (1996).
What Drives Derivabiltiy: Response to Responding to Imperfection (Book Review)
74 Texas Law Review 1422 (1996)
Post-Constitutionalism (Book Review)
94 Michigan Law Review 1422 (1996)
Grounding the Birtual Magistrate
(co-author Jack Goldsmith) http.//www [ILLEGIBLE WORDS]
Social Meaning and Social Norms
144 U. Pa L Rev. 2181 (1996)
The Limits of Lieber
16 Cardozo I. Rev. 2219 (1995)
The Path of Cyberlaw
104 Yale L.J. 1743 (1995).
The Regulation of Social Meaning
62 U.Chi. L Rev. 943 (1995).
Understanding Changed Readings: Fidelity and Theory
47 Stanford Law Review 395 (1995)
An Empirical Analysis of the 7th Circuit
43 De Paul Law Review 825 (1994)
A Review of the Russian Constitution: Separation of Powers
ABA C.E.E.L.I. Project Report. January, 1994
The President and the Administration
With Cass Sunstein, 94 Columbia Law Review (1994)
Readings by Our Unitary Executive
15 Cardozo Law Review 175 (1993)
Fidelity in Translation
71 Texas Law Review 1165 (1993)
Plastics Unger and Ackerman on Transformation
98 Yale Law Review 1173 (1989)
The Ideology of Code
Wired Magazine, July, 1997
Making Sense of the Hague Tribunal
Eastern European Constitutional Review. Fall, 1996
A Food Plan for a Bad Idea
Op Ed. Wall Street Journal, 12/6/96
An Introduction to the New Russian Constitutional Court
Eastern European Constitutional Review, Winter, 1995
The Path of the Presidency
3 East European Constitutional Review 104 (1994).
The Supreme Court and Our Future
38 University of Chicago law School Record 13 (1992)
ADDRESSES, CONFERENCES, SEMINARS AND WORKSHOPS
Forthcoming: International Congress of Comparative Law, August, 1998
Paper National Reported, Law of the Internet
Enforcing Constitutional Court Judgments, Constitutional court of the Republic of Georgia November, 1998
Paper The History of Enforcement of Supreme Court Judgments (with Tim ????)
State Bar of Arizona, C.L.E. November, 1997
Tempe, AZ. Paper. The Laws of Cyberspace
DeWitt Higgs Memorial Lecture, Warren College, University of California, San Diego, October, 1997
San Diego, CA.
Address: The Laws of Cyberspace