Carmi Compares Notions of Fairness on Airwaves in Israel, U.S.

September 30, 2005

Guy Carmi LL.M. '05, a doctoral candidate at the Law School, lectured on "Reinstating Fairness to the Airwaves? On the FCC's relinquished Fairness Doctrine and its reinstatement prospects from a comparative perspective" Sept. 27. The event was sponsored by the Jewish Law Students Association, the J.B. Moore Society, and the Virginia Sports & Entertainment Law Journal.


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