About Peter Huber
Peter Huber is a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute’s Center for Legal Policy. He writes about science, technology, environment, and the law.
Peter Huber’s latest book is
Hard Green: Saving the Environment
from the Environmentalists.
Huber’s many other books include
Law and Disorder in Cyberspace (Oxford University Press), Judging Science: Scientific Knowledge and the Federal Courts (MIT Press, coauthored with the University of Pennsylvania’s Kenneth Foster); Orwell’s Revenge: The 1984 Palimpsest, (Free Press, 1994); Galileo’s Revenge: Junk Science in the Courtroom (Basic Books, 1991); and Liability: The Legal Revolution and Its Consequences (Basic Books, 1988).
Huber is a regular columnist in Forbes magazine. He has published articles in various scholarly journals, including the Harvard Law Review and the Yale Law Journal, and in many other publications, including Science, The Wall Street Journal, Reason, Regulation, and National Review. He has appeared on numerous television and radio programs, including “Face the Nation” and “The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer.”
Before joining the Manhattan Institute, Huber served as an assistant and later associate professor at MIT for six years. He clerked on the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals for then Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and on the U.S. Supreme Court for Justice Sandra Day O’Connor.
Huber earned his law degree from Harvard University and a doctorate in Mechanical Engineering from MIT. He lives and works in Bethesda, Maryland.
Peter Huber’s web page: http://www.phuber.com