I recently had a chance to hit a few campuses and meet up with a few of the people I've enjoyed working with over the past year.
A few weeks ago I met up with Elizabeth Townsend Gard, who recently moved from London to my hometown of Seattle to teach copyright and property at Seattle University Law School. Here she is in her new office:
Elizabeth and I are collaborating on two articles about podcasting, including podcasting in the classroom setting.
Then, last week, I met up with Phil Malone of the Berkman Center. We worked together on drafting the Podcasting Legal Guide, and are hatching plans for future projects. We also ate really great Korean food at this excellent hole-in-the wall on Mass. Ave. Here's Phil at his desk (yes, quite a theme I've got going here):
While in Boston, I also got to catch up with Mary Rundle, who thinks about issues on a wonderfully international level. Getting a little creative, I've taken Mary's photo away from her desk...
And, last but not least, here's a photo to show off the Berkman Center's beautiful new home just off of Harvard Square:
The space is really nice -- a Victorian that could just as easily be located across the country in SF. It's been fun to travel around a bit this summer. I am thankful, however, to have some time back in SF to enjoy the warm summer weather, wrap up a few projects, and celebrate my firm's upcoming one-year anniversary.