Lawrence Lessig, one of the nation’s leading scholars on Internet law, is leaving Harvard Law School to join the faculty at Stanford Law School next fall.

Lessig sent an e-mail from Berlin, where he is on sabbatical, to the faculty of Harvard this week announcing his decision to leave. In the e-mail he stated that his major reason for leaving Harvard was a decision made between him and his wife.

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