The Tullock Lecture: Robert Corn-Revere on April 5
The Information Economy Project at George Mason University School of Law continues its Tullock Lecture With Big Ideas About Information lecture series on Monday, April 5, at 4:00 p.m. in Hazel Hall, Room 120, with a presentation by Robert Corn-Revere, Partner at Davis Wright Tremaine LLP.
The lecture is entitled, "The First Amendment and the End of History: Does Media Convergence Mean the End of Regulation or is it Just the Beginning?" and explores whether the emerging world of broadband communications will receive the full protection of the First Amendment. A reception will follow the lecture.
Robert Corn-Revere specializes in the practice of First Amendment and communications law and has been the recipient of numerous honors in his field. In the course of his legal career, he has been involved in well-known litigation and regulatory proceedings involving broadcast and cable regulations. He writes extensively on First Amendment and communications-related issues and has provided expert testimony before various congressional committees and the FCC. He formerly served as chief counsel to FCC Chairman James H. Quello, where he also was legal advisor on mass media issues.
Admission to the event is free, but seating is limited. To reserve your spot, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.