Journal of Legislation and Public Policy appears in New York Times

Journal of Legislation and Public Policy appears in New York Times

The NYU Journal of Legislation and Public Policy appeared in a February 14 New York Times piece about rampant errors in U.S. voter registration rolls. The Times cited “Measuring Election System Performance,” a 2010 article from the journal, as reinforcing the findings of a newly released report by the Pew Center on the States.

The Journal of Legislation and Public Policy, along with the NYU Journal of Law & Liberty, will co-host a symposium, “No Strings Attached: U.S. Internet Governance in an Increasingly Global World,” on February 24. Topics will include legislating and regulating Internet infrastructure, controlling online content, and oversight of content providers, with Professor Florencia Marotta-Wurgler ’01, Professor Katherine Strandburg, and Adjunct Professor Ira Rubinstein acting as moderators.

Posted on February 23, 2012

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