I’ll begin my column for this issue of Infrastructure by commending Joe Cosgrove Jr., one of our Section members and an adjunct professor of law at the University of Texas Law School, for his timely and informative article on the ongoing “net neutrality” debate and the D.C. Circuit’s recent decision in Mozilla v. FCC. Joe’s article illustrates the depth and breadth of legal scholarship resident within our Section on some of the most important and economically consequential legal topics of the day. Joe’s article also reminds me that our Section has long been at the forefront of timely addressing important legal issues; we first published, over nine years ago in our Fall 2010 issue of Infrastructure, an article addressing many of the legal and policy issues underlying the net neutrality debate.
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