REGISTRATION - Friday, February 25, 2011, 9AM - 4PM
Duke Law Journal's 41st Annual Administrative Law Symposium, featuring Chairman Julius Genachowski of the FCC, will focus on the future of the Federal Communications Commission. The Symposium will explore the emerging administrative law and technological challenges facing the Internet and the allocation of spectrum, as well as the FCC's role in shaping the future. What should the FCC's role be? How should the Internet look in the future? And what challenges will be encountered along the way? The Symposium seeks to examine these important questions.
Participants include Julius Genachowski (FCC Chairman), Stuart Benjamin (Duke University School of Law), Jim Speta (Northwestern University School of Law), Philip Weiser (Sr. Advisor, National Economic Council), Kevin Werbach (University of Pennsylvania School of Law, Wharton School of Business), Rick Whitt (Google, Inc.), Tim Wu (Columbia University School of Law), and Christopher Yoo (University of Pennsylvania School of Law).
The conference will be held at Duke University School of Law in Durham, NC. We are pleased to open this event to the general public free of charge. However, as space is limited, registration is required. Please fill out the information below and our editors will contact you with confirmation.
If you have any questions, please contact Special Projects Editor Joanna Huang at firstname.lastname@example.org.