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James Casey, Esq., CPP
James Casey, Esq., CPP, is a data protection and R&I contract executive based in San Antonio, Texas. He is currently consulting for Florida State University, negotiating a wide variety of research and innovation (R&I) contracts and mentoring a new research attorney. Immediately prior to FSU he was interim associate vice president for research at Florida Gulf Coast University. Casey has taught undergraduate and graduate courses for over 20 years at several institutions, including Marquette University, Bradley University, and UW-Madison. From 2007-2008 he was a visiting professor of leadership at the Upper Iowa University Center in Hong Kong, China. His European-certified privacy practitioner designation (CPP) is a specialization in the EU-GDPR Data Protection Officer role. Casey is active in the State Bar of Wisconsin and American Bar Association and is a State Bar of Wisconsin delegate to the ABA House of Delegates and vice-chair of the ePrivacy Law Committee. A graduate of the University of Dayton School of Law, where he was a member of the Dayton Law Review, Casey holds master's degrees in public administration and international affairs from the University of Dayton and Marquette University. As a founding faculty member in the M.S. in Research Administration and Compliance Program at CUNY SPS, Casey teaches required courses such as RAC 600 - Introduction to Financial Research Administration. He enjoys sharing his 25 years of research administration experience with students, and in 2009 received the Distinguished Service Award from the National Council of University Research Administrators (NCURA). Casey is a Patron Fellow of the American Bar Foundation and a Life Fellow in the Wisconsin Law Foundation.
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