David Jake Barnes is the Seton Hall University Distinguished Research Professor Law. Professor Barnes began teaching at Seton Hall in 1999 after being the Charles W. Delaney Professor of Law at the University of Denver and teaching with the economics and the law faculties at Syracuse University. Professor Barnes educational background includes undergraduate study at Dartmouth College and Wellesley College, an M.A. and Ph.D. in economics from Virginia Polytechnic Institute, and a J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School. His casebooks and treatises include THE LAW OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY; BASIC TORT LAW: CASES, PROBLEMS, STATUTES, AND MATERIALS; CASES AND MATERIALS ON LAW AND ECONOMICS; STATISTICAL EVIDENCE IN LITIGATION: METHODOLOGY, PROCEDURE, AND PRACTICE; AND STATISTICS AS PROOF: FUNDAMENTALS OF QUANTITATIVE EVIDENCE. He has written dozens of articles in various areas of law including torts, intellectual property, contracts, antitrust, environmental law, evidence, remedies, and the use of statistical and scientific methods in court.