FCC Judge Delivers 'Information With(out) Borders' Keynote

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Date: 04/12/2011

Click here to watch an archived webcast of the keynote and panel discussion.

Hon. Richard Sippel '63, Chief Administrative Law Judge, Federal Communications Commission (FCC), delivered the keynote speech at the 2011 installment of the Justice Jackson Lecture Series, “Information With(out) Borders: The Intersection of Law and Technology,” held at Albany Law School from April 12 to 13.

Chief Judge Sippel’s presentation took place on April 12 at 6:00 p.m. in Room 209.

“Information With(out) Borders” also included a panel discussion on April 13 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the Dean Alexander Moot Courtroom on net neutrality, which is the concept that service providers, governments and other entities should be unable to restrict user access to the Internet.

In addition to Chief Judge Sippel, panel participants were:

  • Professor Babette Boliek, Pepperdine University School of Law
  • Professor Robert Heverly '92, Albany Law School
  • Professor Milton Mueller, Syracuse University School of Information Studies

Albany Law School’s Justice Robert H. Jackson Lecture Series is a longstanding tradition of educationally enriching lectures, presentations and panel discussions put on for the law school community and entire Capital Region. The series honors the legacy of one of Albany Law School’s most notable graduates, Justice Robert H. Jackson.

The event, which was free and open to the public, was co-sponsored by the Albany Law School Student Bar Association, the Albany Law School Intellectual Property Law Society and the Albany Law School Civil Liberties Union. For more information, contact 518-729-7608 or jcharlton@albanylaw.edu.