Mount professor pens law book ‘Primer for an Evolving eWorld’

February 06, 2019

Primer for an Evolving eWorld by Michael Fox, assistant professor of Business Law and Pre-Law advisor at Mount Saint Mary College. 

Drawing on his vast experience as a legal practitioner and educator, Michael Fox, assistant professor of Business Law and Pre-Law advisor at Mount Saint Mary College, recently authored Primer for an Evolving eWorld.
Published in January 2019, 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. The publication leaves the reader educated on the major components of eDiscovery, social media, and ethical considerations of these important topics.
The book is published by Kendall Hunt Publishing.
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. Fox will serve as a Lecturer in Law in Professional Responsibility at Columbia University School of Law in New York City during the Spring 2019 semester.