I’ve Just Completed my LL.M Dissertation

As some of you know, I’ve been enrolled at the University of Strathclyde in its LL.M Internet and Telecommunications Law program.

After two years of coursework, and some 24 separate research papers regarding Internet and Telecom law (spanning some 45,000 words), I’ve just completed and turned in my 25th and final paper: my 42-page dissertation on the skimpy 145 words contained in Section 6409(a) of the Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation Act of 2012 and its expected impacts on wireless siting jurisprudence in the Ninth Circuit.

My dissertation supervisor has been very positive about my work on this project.  It’ll be next year before I hear whether my dissertation is judged to be worthy of awarding me the LL.M degree, but I’m hopeful.


PS: Now I move on to my next goal, which I’ll announce in a follow-up post in a few days.  It’ll surprise most of you. -j


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