- SAE Institute of Technology-NashvilleMusic Business Program Faculty Chair, 2014 - presentI am the Music Business Program Faculty Chair
- Berklee College of MusicFaculty, 2012 - 2014
- William Paterson UniversityIP/Copyright Consultant, Music Professor, entrepreneur, 2012
- Belmont University - Mike Curb College of Entertainment & Music BusinessIP/Copyright/Entertainment & Music Business, 2000 - 2008
- University of Alabama at BirminghamJemison Distinguished Professor of the Humanities, 1995 - 1995
- Belmont University - School of MusicProfessor of Music Composition, Theory, Musicology & Ethnomusicology, 1985 - 2000
- Ohio State UniversityMusic Theory & Composition, 1983 - 1985
- University of PittsburghMusic Theory, Composition & Class Piano, 1980 - 1983
- University of MiamiMusic Theory & Composition, 1976 - 1978
Dr. E. Michael Harrington has worked as consultant and expert witness in hundreds of music copyright/IP matters for parties such as the Dixie Chicks, Steven Spielberg, Steve Perry, Tupac Shakur, Keith Urban, Busta Rhymes, Samsung, AT & T, Ne-Yo and others, delivered lectures at law schools, organizations and universities throughout the U. S., and Canada including Harvard, Yale, GWU, NYU, Suffolk, Boston Bar, Texas Bar, Future of Music Coalition, McGill, Carelton, UCSD, Eastman, Experience Music Project and others, and been interviewed by media including the NY Times, Wall Street Journal, Bravo, Time Magazine, CNN, the “Today Show,” Huffington Post, Inc Magazine, Bio Channel, NPR, AP, Salon, PC Magazine, Billboard, PBS, Canadian Public Radio and others.
Harrington teaches at the Berklee College of Music, is on the Advisory Board of the Future of Music Coalition, has taught training sessions at Harvard Law School, served on the faculties of Belmont University, the University of Alabama-Birmingham and William Paterson University, and is a member of Leadership Music.
- Ohio State, Miami
- University of Miami
- University of Massachusetts Lowell
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