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Andrew Dzeguze is a doctoral student in Public Affairs and Policy in the Hatfield School of Government. He teaches courses in Politics, Government, Law and Legal Systems, and the Politics of Law and Order. He earned a BA in History for the University of California at Berkeley and a JD from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law. From 1998 to 2007 he practiced law with a focus on complex litigation in Federal court. He has taught law and legal studies courses at Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis and the University of Illinois – Springfield. He has published a number of law review articles focusing on different issues of intellectual property, including inventorship disputes, the role of equity in patent claim construction and the unintended consequences of recent Supreme Court jurisprudence on obviousness. His research interests include the impact of technology on elections and the potential for greater alignment between legal institutions and various fields of social and natural science.