The Communications Law Students Association, Entertainment Law Society, and Intellectual Property Law Students Association joined with the Federal Communications Bar Association in hosting a career panel and networking outreach event at the law school on Feb. 16, 2012.
Five attorneys, including three alumni, who specialize in those fields described different aspects of their practices, shared their own career paths, and offered in-depth advice on career choices and opportunities, job searches, interviewing, and succeeding in the profession.
Sarah Jameson (2009, Communications Law Institute), a contracts analyst and in-house entertainment counsel for the National Geographic Channel.
Angela Kronenberg (1995, Communications Law Institute), wireline advisor to FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn, who practiced telecommunications and media law with Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP’s Washington, D.C. office for over a decade before joining the commission.
Jack Nadler, a partner in the communications practice of Squire Sanders, who focuses his practice on telecommunications regulation and has worked on a wide range of international and U.S.-based telecommunications projects.
Sherwin Siy, deputy legal director and Kahle/ Austin Fellow at Public Knowledge, who focuses on emerging copyright issues and international effects on IP and technology policy.
Preston Thomas, (2010, Communications Law Institute) served as moderator of the panel. He is an associate in the communications practice at Squire Sanders.
A networking session following the panel gave students an opportunity to talk with the panelists informally on a one-to-one basis.