Senior Teaching Professor
Arts Administration and International Affairs Programs
Office: Filene 108
Phone: (518) 580-5253
Fall 2022 Office Hours:
Wednesdays, 4:00 pm-6:00 pm
Scott Mulligan is a Senior Teaching Professor in the International Affairs and Arts Administration Programs at Skidmore College.
An attorney by training, he teaches and lectures on information privacy/ethics and surveillance, terrorism/national security and international intellectual property and trade issues. His research involves examinations of international intellectual property, innovation policy and international trade issues, particularly with respect to incentive models for collaboratively-driven business ventures and unorthodox business models, as well as of legal and ethical uses of customer, partner and employee personal information found in large datasets. Professor Mulligan has also served as an IT/AV systems integration and implementation consultant, specializing in individual, SME/small firm information-management modernization with e-commerce strategies and execution.
He received his J.D., magna cum laude, from the Syracuse University College of Law where he studied and worked in the Technology Commercialization Program, and holds an LL.M. in International Trade Regulation from the New York University School of Law, where he studied antitrust & government trade regulation, intellectual property and information privacy. He worked on antitrust and regulatory issues in the New York State Attorney General’s Office before coming to Skidmore College, where you can often find him singing in the Skidmore Community Chorus.