Michael M. DuBose
Chief, Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section, Criminal Division, Department of Justice, Adjunct Professor of Law
A.B., Dartmouth; J.D., Harvard
A.B., magna cum laude, Dartmouth; J.D. cum laude, Harvard. Professor DuBose was Chief of the Computer Crime and...Continue Reading
A.B., magna cum laude, Dartmouth; J.D. cum laude, Harvard. Professor DuBose was Chief of the Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section (CCIPS), Criminal Division, Department of Justice, where he supervised 40 prosecutors and had responsibility for the Section’s prosecution and policy efforts concerning computer network intrusions, intellectual property crimes, online crimes involving theft of identity and other data, infrastructure protection, international programs, national security and other issues. Prior to joining CCIPS, Professor DuBose was Senior Counsel for Enforcement at the Department of Treasury and served for more than seven years as an Assistant U.S. Attorney in the District of Maine. He is a two-time winner of the Department of Justice Director’s Award for the litigation of complex cases involving online crime, public safety, and environmental well-being, and in 2011 he received the Henry E. Peterson Memorial Award -- the Criminal Division's highest award. Professor DuBose was a federal law clerk to the late Judge Edward T. Gignoux and Chief Judge Gene Carter of the U.S. District Court for the District of Maine.