Norton Rose Fulbright Distinguished Visiting Professor; Professor of Law
University of Houston; Texas Tech University School of Law
Stephen T. Black is a law professor at the Texas Tech University School of Law. He has taught at six law schools, two business schools, and the Natl Univ of Singapore. He focuses on cyberlaw, entrepreneurship, and tax issues, and is a popular speaker on topics dealing with the intersection of cybersecurity, technology, privacy, money, and the law. Professor Black has been cited in Forbes, and his articles have been published in leading national law journals. He writes for the blog, “Legal Hacker.” He has an LL.M from the University of Washington, a J.D. from the J. Reuben Clark Law School and a B.S. in Mathematics from Brigham Young University. He began coding at age 12 (does anyone remember Pascal?), works with students on entrepreneurship technology, and is teaching himself to play the ukulele.