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Tuesday, November 23, 2010
Panel to Consider the Future of Internet Policy and Network Neutrality
A panel discussion titled “The Future of Internet Policy: A Conversation on Network Neutrality” will be held Thursday, Dec. 2, at Yale Law School. The event is sponsored by the Yale Law & Policy Review Inter Alia and the Information Society Project at Yale Law School. It will be held from 12:10-1:30 in Room 129 and is free and open to the public.
Panelists are Frank A. Pasquale ’01 (left), Schering-Plough Professor in Health Care Regulation and Enforcement at Seton Hall Law School; Jonathan Zittrain, Professor of Law at Harvard Law School and Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and Professor of Computer Science at Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, as well as co-founder and faculty co-director of the Berkman Center for Internet & Society; Dawn C. Nunziato, Professor of Law at George Washington University Law School; and Susan Crawford ’89 (right), Assistant Professor of Law at Cardozo School of Law.
The panel was created to commemorate a symposium issue that will be released in December by the Yale Law & Policy Review's new online companion, Inter Alia. According to Christopher Suarez, executive editor of YLPR, "We are very excited to bring these four distinguished panelists to the law school. They have some of the most current, cutting-edge perspectives on Internet policy in the country, and we are eager to help foster this conversation at Yale Law School. For those who cannot attend the panel, we encourage them to read the authors' pieces on the Inter Alia website."