Biography of Robert Corn-Revere
Robert Corn-Revere, partner in the Washington DC law firm of Hogan &
Hartson, 555 13th St. NW, Washington DC, 20004, 202-637-5600, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Corn-Revere is a communications law specialist at the posh Washington DC law firm of
Hogan & Hartson. He is presently involved as counsel in both the Mainstream Loudoun case (constitutionality of
blocking software in public libraries), and the Bernstein
case (constitutionality of encryption export restraints). Corn-Revere also teaches
at the Communications Law Institute at Catholic University.
- Hogan & Hartson. Partner. 1994-present.
- Federal Communications Commission. Legal Advisor to
Commissioner James H. Quello. 1993-1994.
- Hogan & Hartson. Associate. 1985-1990.
- Steptoe & Johnson. Associate. 1983-1985.
- Eastern Illinois University, BA, 1977.
- University if Massachusetts-Amherst, MA, 1980.
- Catholic University of America, JD, 1983.
- Bar Associations of the District of Columbia, DC Circuit, Third Circuit, 11th Circuit,
- Regulation in Newspeak: The FCC's Children's Television Rules (Cato
Institute Policy Analysis No. 268, February 19, 1997.
- New Age Comstockery, 4 Comm Law Conspectus 173 (Summer 1996).
- Fear and Loathing in Cyberspace, presented at Library of Congress
Network Advisory Committee Meeting, December 5, 1995.
- Would You Take First Amendment Advice From Newton Minow?
Broadcasting & Cable, November 27, 1995.
- V-Chipping Away at the Constitution, Washington Post, July 28, 1995.
- Television Violence and the Limits of Voluntarism, 12 Yale J. on Reg.
187 (Winter 1995).