Peter Martin, a former Dean of Cornell Law School and an innovator in the field of digital technology law, teaches copyright and social security law. After his graduation from Harvard Law School, Professor Martin spent three years in the Air Force General Counsel's Office, and then began his teaching career at the University of Minnesota Law School in 1967. He joined the Cornell Law School Faculty in 1972, and served as Dean from 1980 to 1988. A strong proponent of the use of computers in the law and educational process, Professor Martin co-founded Cornell's Legal Information Institute (LII), the first Internet law resource and today's most heavily used non-profit legal Web site. In addition to serving as LII's co-director since its founding in 1992, Professor Martin has authored a CD-Rom treatise on Social Security law, coauthored a textbook on real property, and written numerous articles on welfare and on the use of the internet in the legal profession.