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Andrew Harms

Andrew comes from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York City where he is a member of the Howard M. Squadron Program in Law, Media, and Society.  At Cardozo, he is a writer and contributor for the Media Law Assistance Website, (www.globalmedialaw.com).  Andrew’s primary interest is exploring how the internet impacts the […]

Matt Blanchard

Matt Blanchard is a doctoral student at the Annenberg School for Communication, at the University of Pennsylvania, in Philadelphia. His work at PCMLP examines the relationship between the media and state-building in Africa, specifically in the case of Somaliland, a breakaway region of Somalia, and Kenya. Blanchard comes to academia from the newspaper business, having […]

Cristian Varccari

Visitor Dr. Cristian Vaccari (Ph.D, Universita IULM, Milan, 2006) is Assistant Professor in Political Communication at the Faculty of Political Science ‘Roberto Ruffilli’, University of Bologna. He studies political communication in comparative perspective, with a particular focus on the new media. He has authored and co-authored three books in Italian and his scholarship has been […]

Matthew Weldon

Matthew Weldon received his law degree from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University, in 2009, where he was editor of the Cardozo Public Law, Policy & Ethics Journal, a recipient of the Howard M. Squadron Fellowship and the Cardozo Service and Achievement Award, and was winner of the 2008 ASCAP Nathan Burkan […]

Daniel Bekele

DPhil Student The topic of Daniel Bekele’s PhD research is “Comparative Study of Media Law in East Africa.” His research will analyze the similarities and differences between various media laws in East Africa and their compliance with relevant international standards. While the research will present key elements of the legal framework governing the media sector, […]

Baris Gunaydin

Baris graduated from Ankara University Law Faculty. He is working as a Research Assistant in Anadolu University Communication Sciences Faculty Department of Journalism. . He is co-lecturer of Media Law, Press Law lectures. He has several papers and articles submitted to and published in national and international meetings and periodicals. His PhD thesis deals with […]

Eric Blinderman

Eric Blinderman served from March of 2004 until December of 2006 in Iraq, first as an Associate General Counsel of the Coalition Provisional Authority and later as Chief Legal Counsel and Associate Deputy to the Regime Crimes Liaison’s Office. During his time in Iraq, Eric worked primarily with the Iraqi High Tribunal as it prepared […]

Katya Fisher Yoffe

Katya Yoffe is a student at Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law and recipient of the Howard M. Squadron Fellowship in Law, Media, and Society. She is editor of The Media Law Assistance Website (MLAW) (www.globalmedialaw.com) which is being developed in conjunction with the National Endowment for Democracy’s Center for International Media Assistance and The […]

Enrique Armijo

Enrique Armijo is an associate at Covington & Burling LLP in Washington, DC, where he practices media and appellate law. He currently serves on a Stanhope Centre team with Professors Monroe Price and Peter Krug that is assessing Rwanda’s draft Press Law, and has conducted media law assessments for East Timor (IREX) and Jordan (Center […]

Huanqing Yao

Visitor Associate Professor Huanqing Yao joins us from Renmin University of China, where he is the Vice Director of civil and commercial jurisprudence. Prior to this he has taught courses in IPR law, fundamental civil law, copyright law, debts & contracts and divisional contract law, and worked as Legal Counsel to the Xinhua News Agency. […]