Adjunct Professor of Law
Paul Rubell is a partner in the Corporate Law, Social Media, and Cloud Computing Groups of the leading Long Island business law firm Meltzer, Lippe. He advises technology companies on software licensing, cloud computing, social media, privacy, technology transfer, intellectual property, and cutting-edge legal and technological innovation. He lectures extensively about business law, corporate governance and technology law to national trade, professional, and university venues. His articles have been published frequently in the New York Law Journal and other important periodicals, and he has been interviewed by CBS-TV, National Public Radio, New York Times, Associated Press, Long Island Business News, Newsday, and the national press. He is a founding member of Stony Brook University’s Center of Excellence for Wireless and Internet Technologies (CEWIT) and a member of the Executive Committee of the Law Center’s Institute for Business, Law and Technology. He received a B.A. from Case Western Reserve University, and his J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center.