Spencer Neth

Professor Emeritus of Law

Faculty Biography

Mr. Neth joined the faculty in 1970 after four years of practice in Boston. He teaches Contracts and courses in commercial law, products liability, and dispute resolution. After spending a semester at Stanford University as an IBM Law and Computer Fellow, he founded and chaired the AALS Section on Law and Computers, and he was partly responsible for this law school's pioneering installation of LEXIS and the incorporation of computerized research into the curriculum.