Professor Draws Regulators To Boulder

Marek, Sue
July 2003
Wireless Week;7/15/2003, Vol. 9 Issue 15, p34
Trade Publication
Highlights the role of University of Colorado's associate law professor Phil Weiser in providing a forum for telecommunication policy through the Silicon Flatirons Telecommunications Program. Background of the establishment of Silicon Flatirons; Guests invited by Silicon Flatirons; Factor that contributed to the success of the group.


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