Jeffery Atik is Professor of Law and Jacob Becker Fellow at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles and Guest Professor of Civil Law at Lund. He writes on artificial intelligence and the law, SmartContracts and cryptoeconomics, intellectual property and competition law issues. Prior to joining Loyola in 2001, Atik was Professor of Law at Suffolk University Law School in Boston. He has also taught at Berkeley, Boston College, Brooklyn, Indiana-Bloomington, and UCLA law schools. Atik has served on three NAFTA binational panels reviewing antidumping cases, including Softwood Lumber from Canada. He is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley (A.B.), Yale Law School (J.D.) and the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (Ph.D.), and holds an honorary doctorate from Lund. He practiced corporate and securities law with Shearman & Sterling (New York); Testa Hurwitz (Boston); and Brown & Dobson (Milan), and is a member of the New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Missouri bars.