Cybersquatting, domain names, cyberstalking, and e-commerce are now a regular part of attorneys’ vocabulary because Internet law is one of the fastest-growing and rapidly changing practice areas.

April Mara Major, a Villanova Law school professor, teaches courses that include “First Amendment and Regulation of Cyberspace” and “Computer and Digital Law.”

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