Institution: Georgia State University
Country: United States
Perry Binder is a Legal Studies professor in Georgia State University’s Robinson College of Business (http://www2.gsu.edu/~rmipzb), and the author of 99 Motivators for College Success. Perry teaches in his university’s Global MBA Program, where students from around the world study business practices in Atlanta, Paris, Rio, and China. In addition, he teaches Internet Law, with expertise in global domain name disputes and workplace social network issues.
In 2013, Perry co-authored Social Networks and Workplace Risk: Classroom Scenarios from a U.S. and EU Perspective in the Journal of Legal Studies Education. The article is an outgrowth of a paper he presented at the University of Trento in 2011, and a Social Media Law class he taught in Northern Italy in 2010. In 2012, Perry brought nineteen Georgia State University students to Florence, where they studied related legal issues.
Perry received Robinson’s Teaching Excellence Award, MBA Teaching Award, and Service Excellence Award, in 2005, 2008, and 2011 respectively. He is currently a member of the college’s Online Education Task Force, which assesses the impact of diverse teaching and learning methods in higher education through the use of cutting-edge technology. In addition, he is a co-founder of the university’s Corporate Intellectual Property Institute, a forum for businesspeople and attorneys to learn and share best IP practices on a range of global branding, valuation, and protection issues.
As an attorney prior to his teaching career, Perry litigated complex business cases in Miami, and received the Dade County Bar Association's Pro Bono Award, for service to individuals unable to afford legal counsel. He is a member of The Florida Bar, a professional speaker, and a former radio talk show host who is frequently quoted in the media, including The New York Times, Financial Times, and ESPN Classic.
Area of Expertise: Higher Education (Business and Law Schools), e-Learning, Emerging Technologies in Teaching, Business Litigation, U.S.-Italy Comparative Law, Internet Law, Social Networks and Workplace Risk