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Prof. Akilah Folami Presents Papers, Wins Writing Competition at 2011 Southeastern Association of Law Schools Conference

Akilah N. Folami, Associate Professor of Law

On July 25th, Akilah Folami presented her paper titled “Freeing the Press from Editorial Discretion and Hegemony in Bona Fide News: Why the Revolution Must Be Televised” on the Cultural Economy and the Law panel at the 2011 Southeastern Association of Law Schools conference in Hilton Head, South Carolina.

On the same day, Akilah also presented her paper titled “Deliberative Democracy on Air: Reinvigorate Localism and Resuscitate Radio’s Subversive Past” at SEALS’ Scholarly Call to Papers luncheon and was thereafter presented with a plaque for winning SEALS annual scholarly writing competition this year.

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