Dr. Thomas Sheran is currently an attorney and shareholder at the law firm of Moss & Barnett, P.A. He has served as an Adjunct Lecturer for GPS since 2005. Sheran's legal experience includes: Constitutional and Civil Rights Litigation; General Business and Commercial Litigation; Anti-Trust and Trade Regulation; Intellectual Property and Unfair Competition; Computer Networks, Internet and E-Commerce; and Shareholder and Securities Litigation.
Dr. Sheran is a professional speaker and instructor who has given presentations and seminars on a variety of topics including: anti-trust law, "Law and the Information Superhighway", "The Microsoft Case - Antitrust and the Information Economy", and "Security Risks in Cyberspace".
He volunteers for the Children's Law Center of Minnesota and has been active in Habitat for Humanity.
Courses taught at UST:
Legal Issues in Technology -- SEIS 650
Juris Doctor, Georgetown University Law Center, Washington D.C.; Master of Software Information Systems, University of St. Thomas; B.A., University of St. Thomas.