The Law & Technology Institute and the Moot Court Association of the Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law, together with the Federal Communication Bar Association (FCBA) are pleased to announce that the 26th Annual National Telecommunications and Technology Moot Court Competition will be held on February 28-29, 2020, at the Columbus School of Law in Washington, DC.
The National Telecommunications and Technology Moot Court Competition provides students the opportunity to argue before private and government practitioners in the communications field. Past judges have included former FCC Commissioner Kathleen Abernathy, Chief of Staff to FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, Matthew Berry, First Amendment advocate Robert Corn-Revere, former FCBA President Christopher Wright, and Google Director of Communications Law and former FCC General Counsel Austin Schlick.
Each year, the competition problem, which is written by members of the FCBA, is “ripped from the headlines” of current technology, intellectual property, and telecommunications issues. Past topics have included electioneering and social media, potentially illegal jamming of unmanned aerial vehicles, consumer privacy of personal information, copyright protection of pre-1972 musical performances, and enforcement of broadcast indecency standards.
The registration deadline is Monday, December 9, 2019. Please note that registration is limited, so your prompt response is greatly appreciated. We expect the competition problem to be released by late December.
For more information and to register, please visit: https://www.law.edu/students/journals-and-moot-court/moot-court/moot-court-competitions/national-telecommunications-and-technology-competition.html.