Matthew Sag is an Associate Professor of Law at Loyola University of Chicago. Professor Sag has also taught at DePaul University, the University of Virgina and Northwestern University.
Prior to his academic career, Matthew Sag practiced as an intellectual property attorney in the United Kingdom with Arnold & Porter and in Silicon Valley, California with Skadden, Arps. Professor Sag earned his law degree with honors from the Australian National University and clerked for Justice Paul Finn of the Federal Court of Australia.
Professor Sag's research focuses on the intersection of law and technology and law and economics. He is a well known expert on Copyright law whose articles have been cited in Federal Court cases and in briefs to the United States Supreme Court. Professor Sag's work has been published in, among other places, the California Law Review, Northwestern Law Review and Georgetown Law Review.
B.A., Australian National University
L.L.B., (Hons) Australian National University