|Present||Associate Professor, Boston College Law School|
- Fall 2018: Cyberlaw, Property
- Spring 2019: Administrative Law, Administrative Practice
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Narrowing the Digital Divide: A Better Broadband Universal Service Program UC Davis Law Review (2019)
Universal service has long been an integral component of American telecommunications policy. As more activities move online, it becomes increasingly important to narrow the digital divide by helping low-income Americans get online and by extending ...
An Antitrust-Informed Approach to Regulating Internet Interconnection Journal of Science & Technology Law (2018)
For over a decade, net neutrality has dominated telecommunications policy. Advocates targeted broadband networks because of their strategic position as the gateway to consumers, which potentially positions them to shape the flow of information online. ...
Protecting States in the New World of Energy Federalism Emory Law Journal (2018)
In a trilogy of recent cases, the Supreme Court has launched a quiet revolution in energy federalism. With little fanfare, it has abandoned its decades-long effort to divide electricity regulation into mutually exclusive spheres of ...
Innovations in Mobile Broadband Pricing Denver University Law Review (2016)
The FCC’s net neutrality rules sought to limit interference by broadband service providers in markets for Internet-based content and applications. But to do so, the Commission significantly reduced the amount of innovation possible in the broadband service market. ...
Beyond Net Neutrality: International Examples Enabling Innovation and Consumer Choice in the Mobile Internet Ecosystem Boston College Law School Legal Studies Research Paper Series (2015)
The FCC’s new Open Internet rules seek to limit interference by broadband service providers in markets for Internet-based content and applications. But to do so, the rules may significantly reduce the amount of innovation possible ...
Federalism and the Rise of Renewable Energy: Preserving State and Local Voices in the Green Energy Revolution Case Western Reserve Law Review (2014)
The rise of renewable energy has disrupted the traditional regulatory structure governing electricity. Unlike traditional fossil fuel power plants, wind and solar facilities are geographically constrained: they exist where the wind blows and the sun ...
Internet Policy’s Next Frontier: Data Caps, Tiered Service Plans, and Usage-Based Broadband Pricing Federal Communications Law Journal (2013)
Usage-based pricing has rapidly become one of the most controversial topics in Internet policy. Both wired and wireless broadband providers are migrating from flat-rate pricing to a variety of consumption-based pricing models. Some consumer groups ...