Charles Mudd To Teach Data Breach Law at JMLS

Beginning Spring 2016, Charles Mudd Jr., Principal of Mudd Law, will teach a course on data breach law at the John Marshall Law School (“JMLS”).  “I am excited to return to John Marshal and address issues of data breach and security with its law students.  Beyond learning core concepts of data security and cybersecurity, I want the students to push their creativity to arrive – independently and collectively as a class – at novel solutions for legislative consideration and corporate adoption.”

A founding member of the Internet Law Leadership Summit, Mr. Mudd recently attended its 10th Summit in Las Vegas and presented, “Ashley Madison: A Calculated Response to Data Breaches.”


For more than 10 years, Charles Mudd been an adjunct faculty member of JMLS.  He previously taught courses on privacy

About Charles Lee Mudd Jr.

Charles Lee Mudd Jr. has operated his own law firm since 2001. In the last ten years, the firm has grown to become an internationally recognized diversified practice providing representation to a clientele comprised of local, national, and international individuals and business organizations. Charles focuses on legal matters involving the Internet, technology, small businesses, and startups. In 2012, he launched Startup Radio.