Arthur R. Miller, a legal scholar in civil litigation, copyright and privacy law and commentator for the Public Broadcast System’s “Media and Society,” is leaving his post at Harvard Law School, where he has taught since 1971, to become “university professor” this fall with the faculties of New York University School of Law and the NYU School of Continuing and Professional Studies.

He becomes one of 24 professors given such title, in recognition of the interdisciplinary nature of their work. Miller will teach civil procedure and complex litigation at NYU Law while serving as director of “Dialogues on Law, Society and the Future” at the School of Continuing Education.

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