Net Neutrality Q&A

George Washington Law's Global Internet Freedom Project and the GW Law Alumni Association

04/16/2018 - 12:00 to 13:30

GW Law's Global Internet Freedom Project and the GW Law Alumni Association host a Q&A and panel on the law of Net Neutrality. With recent changes to the law the panel will discuss implications and what the recent repeal means moving forward.

The event will open with a Q&A between Frank Montero, JD ‘86 and FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn (appointed in 2009, former acting Chairwoman of the FCC). Following the Q&A is a panel discussing the impact of Net Neutrality.

Panelists

  • Keenan Adamchak, JD ‘14, Associate Attorney at Fletcher, Heald, & Hildreth
  • Arturo Carrillo, Professor of Clinical Law and Co-Director of the Global Internet Freedom & Human Rights Project
  • Devron Brown, 3L, Senior Publications Editor- Federal Communications Law Journal 
  • Dawn Nunziato, Kirkpatrick Research Professor of Law and Co-Director, Global Internet Freedom Project 

Moderator: Frank Montero, JD ‘86, Managing Member: Fletcher, Heald, & Hildreth
Chair, Regional and Professional Networks; Co-Chair, Programming- GW Law Alumni Assoc. 

After the event, light refreshments will be provided. 



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