Bill Mooz was most recently a Scholar in Residence at the University of Colorado Law School and Director of the Tech Lawyer Accelerator at Silicon Flatirons. Prior to this role, he was the Associate General Counsel at VMware, Inc. where his team provides legal support for the company’s licensing models, channels programs and services businesses. Previously, Bill worked at Sun Microsystems in a variety of legal and business capacities, including running the company’s utility computing services business, providing legal support to the company’s channels businesses, and establishing joint ventures in emerging markets. Bill started his legal career at the law firm of Holland & Hart where he served as the firm’s lawyer in residence in Mexico City and as the founding and managing partner of the firm’s Boulder, Colorado office. Bill graduated from the University of Colorado in 1985 and was a judicial clerk for the honorable Stephen F. Williams of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. He holds a BA in political economics from Colorado College. Bill has written and spoken on a variety of topics including antitrust law, utility computing, and the use of automation and process in the practice of law.