Eric Saltzman

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Eric F. Saltzman previously served as a Berkman Fellow and the second Executive Director of the Berkman Center. A 1972 graduate of Harvard Law School, he began his career as a criminal defense attorney in Seattle's public defender office. He later took up filmmaking, and founded the Harvard Law School Evidence Film Project to re-create and film trials as teaching tools. He went on to produce and direct films on the law for ABC, CBS, PBS and the BBC, winning the Emmy and the ABA Silver Gavel awards, among others.

During Eric's tenure, the Berkman Center extended its reach in the international community, taking on the role of advisor to policy-making bodies engaged in digital divide issues. It also established several new working collaborations with other major Internet research and policy organizations.

Eric F. Saltzman previously served as a Berkman Fellow and the second Executive Director of the Berkman Center. A 1972 graduate of Harvard Law School, he began his career as a criminal defense attorney in Seattle's public defender office. He later took up filmmaking, and founded the Harvard Law School Evidence Film Project to re-create and film trials as teaching tools. He went on to produce and direct films on the law for ABC, CBS, PBS and the BBC, winning the Emmy and the ABA Silver Gavel awards, among others.

During Eric's tenure, the Berkman Center extended its reach in the international community, taking on the role of advisor to policy-making bodies engaged in digital divide issues. It also established several new working collaborations with other major Internet research and policy organizations.

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