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Substantive Practice Area: Technology law & policy
Current Project: Develop recommendations for state communications regulation and policy in light of the extensive and ongoing changes in technology in this area.
Skills Focus
  • Working with government officials, community leaders, business groups and other stakeholders
  • Legal and non-legal research
  • Developing policy through multiple drafts and maximum input
  • Objective writing

Technology Law & Policy (E)
Quarters Offered: Fall-Winter-Spring
Credits: 12, 4 Fall, 4 Winter, 4 Spring
Required quarters: Full year preferred
Number of Students accepted: 15
Eligible Students: 2Ls, 3Ls, LL.M.s
Selection Basis: Application
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