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Reid, Brad
Lipscomb University
Nashville, Tennessee
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Brad Reid is a professor of Law and Ethics in the College of Business and also the Senior Scholar of the Dean Institute for Corporate Governance and Integrity at Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tennessee. He taught at Abilene Christian University (ACU) from 1975 until 2010. He served as Chair of the ACU Department of Management Sciences from 1992 to 1995 and Chair of the Faculty Senate from 1996 to 1997. Reid has received several university awards, including the ACU College of Business teaching award in 1983, the Department of Management Sciences teaching award in 1985, the Dean's Award for Scholarship in 1992 and 1994, and the Dean's Award for Scholarship and Service in 1998.

He has published many articles and comments over a long academic career and has presented numerous papers at academic conferences. Reid won the Best Paper Award at the Pacific Northwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business in 1999 for a paper entitled “Jurisdiction over the Internet frontier.” His commentary appears in the Huffington Post. His major research interests include intellectual property, computers and law, corporate governance and ethics, and employment law.

Reid is a 1969 graduate of the University of Oklahoma and a 1973 graduate of the University of Texas Law School. He was employed by Exxon's Legal Department in 1974 and was in private practice from 1974 to 1978. Reid was founding editor of two academic journals: Southern Law Journal and Atlantic Law Journal. He has served as president of two regional academic organizations: Southern Academy of Legal Studies in Business and Mid-Atlantic Academy of Legal Studies in Business. He holds licenses to practice law in Texas and before the US Supreme Court, and is a member of the Tennessee Bar Association.

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- 6 of 6 reviews

   Fully privacy-preserving and revocable ID-based broadcast encryption for data access control in smart city
Lai J., Mu Y., Guo F., Susilo W., Chen R.  Personal and Ubiquitous Computing 21(5): 855-868, 2017. Type: Article

The “smart city” will provide numerous services via broadcasted encrypted data, such as a pin or key for paid users to access water service. These researchers go beyond data security and consider data access control and identity privac...

Jan 10 2018  
   Extending "out of the body" tactile phantom sensations to 2D and applying it to mobile interaction
Kim Y., Lee J., Kim G.  Personal and Ubiquitous Computing 19(8): 1295-1311, 2015. Type: Article

The quest for an all-senses virtual reality is not only of abstract research interest, but has numerous marketplace applications. Researchers have known for decades that the brain map of sensation does not necessarily correspond to physical realit...

Mar 17 2016  
   The technical and social history of software engineering
Jones C.,  Addison-Wesley Professional, Upper Saddle River, NJ, 2014. 496 pp. Type: Book (978-0-321903-42-6)

The author of this book, Capers Jones, has a long and distinguished career in the software engineering field. Consequently, he is ideally positioned to write this history. The 400-plus-page book can be read completely, but can also be rapidly skim...

Feb 11 2014  
   Digital outcasts: moving technology forward without leaving people behind
Smith K.,  Morgan Kaufmann Publishers Inc., San Francisco, CA, 2013. 288 pp. Type: Book (978-0-124047-05-1)

Kel Smith makes a significant contribution to the subject of user experience in this easily read but important treatise. Written in a broad nontechnical style, the book makes a compelling case for universal design, a concept far more expansive tha...

Nov 13 2013  
   Moving innovation: a history of computer animation
Sito T.,  The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 2013. 376 pp. Type: Book (978-0-262019-09-5), Reviews: (1 of 2)

Tom Sito proves that history can be fun and relevant. Beginning with Sketchpad in 1963, computer graphic imaging still has new technological and artistic horizons. Sito uses words, not glossy coffee table book images, to present the many threads o...

Aug 7 2013  
   Responsibility and dependable systems
Dewsbury G., Dobson J.,  Springer-Verlag New York, Inc., Secaucus, NJ, 2007. 236 pp. Type: Book (9781846286254)

How often we hear the twin laments: “They say the computer system can’t do what I need to do,” and “I want a computer that does what I mean and not what I say.” The first comment addresses what the...

Jan 18 2008  
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