Prior to joining John Marshall's faculty, William Mock practiced international trade, antitrust, and securities law in Washington, D.C., and served with Baker & McKenzie as one of the nation's first in-firm legal educators. At The John Marshall Law School, he founded, and for nine years directed, the Center for International Business and Trade Law (then called the Center for International and Comparative Studies), as well as two LLM programs--the LLM in Global Legal Studies and the LLM in International Business and Trade Law. Professor Mock was a co-founder of the Journal of Computer and Information Law and has served as an advisor to the Jessup and Niagara moot court teams and the International Law Society. Among his overseas responsibilities are aspects of John Marshall's relationships with law faculties in China, Italy, and Lithuania. Professor Mock publishes in the fields of information law and transparency, international law, and international trade law, and is a securities and commodities arbitrator. He recently was the scholar-in-residence at the law faculty of the University of Cagliari, Italy, and he has lectured in Belarus, China, the Czech Republic, Lithuania, and Poland. Professor Mock joined the faculty in 1983. He teaches Corporations, Agency, International Environmental Law, International Trade Law, and Public International Law.