Lawrence A. Husick’s 32 years’ experience as a technology consultant, computer system designer, and software author, as well as his 29 years of experience as an intellectual property lawyer give him a unique perspective on the need to focus on innovation as a central pedagogical theme and a defining characteristic of terrorism. As a co-director of the FPRI Wachman Center Program on Teaching Innovation, he applies his background in both law and technology to the study of innovation as an organizing principle of history, science and technology, economics, and sociology. As a Senior Fellow in the Center on Terrorism, he studies and lectures on Cyberwar and related issues.
Mr. Husick holds a BSc degree cum laude in Environmental Chemistry from Muhlenberg College. He holds a JD degree from the Washington College of Law, where he also did graduate work in microprocessor systems design. He is a partner in Lipton, Weinberger & Husick, an intellectual property law firm.
Industry Expertise (4)
Areas of Expertise (4)
Innovation History and Practice.
International Trial Lawyers Oral Advocacy Award (professional)
Muhlenberg College: B.Sc. cum laude, Environmental Chemistry 1980
President of the Forensics and Debate Team.
- Foreign Policy Research Institute
- Johns Hopkins University
- Lipton, Weinberger & Husick
Sample Talks (1)
The History and Future of Innovation
Innovation is not just tools and toys - it's ways of thinking, doing, and seeing the world as it might be. Using "big history" techniques, Husick explores the topic from dozens of angles, and in the process, entertains and teaches his audience how to become more innovative in their own field.
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