Marc H. Greenberg is a Professor of Law and the founding Director of the Intellectual Property Law Center and Program at Golden Gate University School of Law. A member of the faculty since 2000, he teaches IP Survey, Internet and Software Law, IP and New Technology, and Entertainment Law in the IP curriculum. He also teaches Contracts, Civil Procedure, Business Associations, Property, Wills and Trusts, and related courses in the general curriculum.
While in law school he served as an Articles Editor of the Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly and published the first of his scholarly works analyzing the First Amendment cases of the Supreme Court’s 1978 term.
Professor Greenberg’s scholarship has focused on legal issues pertaining to comic art, content on the Internet, obscenity law in online contexts, and copyright issues both in the U.S and in China. His articles have been published in the Berkeley Technology Law Journal, The Syracuse Journal of Law and Technology, The John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law, and The Loyola Chicago University Journal of International Law.
Professor Greenberg is still an active practitioner providing legal services to select clients via his firm, Law Office of Marc H. Greenberg.
- Executive Board Member, Art Law Section of the American Association of Law Schools
- Member, Books Editorial Board of the IP Law Section of the ABA
- UC Hastings, College of the Law, JD
- UC Berkeley, AB in English Literature
- Co-Chair, Copyright Section of the San Francisco IP Law Association
- Chair, Art Law Section of the American Association of Law Schools, 2010-2011
- Greenberg, Marc H. Fandom and the Law: A Guide to Fan Fiction, Art, Film & Cosplay. ABA Publishing and IP Law Section. June 2021.
- Greenberg, Marc H. Copyright Termination and Recapture Laws: Good Intentions Gone Awry. ABA Publishing and IP Law Section. September 2016.
- Greenberg, Marc H. Comic Art, Creativity And The Law. Edward Elgar Publishing. June 2014.