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Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Shameless Self-Promotion: Vote for Me for DC Bar Computer & Telecom Section!
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If you happen to belong to the DC Bar's Computer and Telecommunications Law Section, I hope you will consider casting one of your three votes for me when you complete your ballot for the Section's Steering Committee--which you probably received in the mail today (as I did). Ballots must be received by June 4. I used my 75 words for the following mini-bio on the ballot:

I direct the Internet policy program at The Progress & Freedom Foundation. I practiced communications and cyber law at Latham & Watkins and Lawler Metzger Milkman & Keeney after a district clerkship and graduating Virginia Law in 2004. I have particular expertise with the FCC, FTC and ICANN, and in online privacy, advertising, e-commerce, free speech, Internet governance and satellite law. I am eager use my panel-planning experience to help the Section do more events.

Find more on my work here. This is a volunteer position that allows lawyers interested in tech policy to give back to the legal/policy community here in DC, primarily by offering the high quality CLE programming for which the DC Bar is so well-respected (which are open to all).

I hope to have the opportunity to serve. While there are a number of fine candidates, I plan on casting my other two votes for NetChoice's Braden Cox, my fellow TLF co-blogger, and Grace Koh, whom I have gotten to know through her work on privacy and other policy issues at Cox Enterprises. I'm Berin Szoka, and I endorse this ad.

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