Mizzou Law student Alex Hurst won the American Bar Association’s Section of Public Utility, Communications and Transportation Law’s K. William Kolbe Law Student Writing Competition. The competition is open to all law students enrolled at ABA-approved law schools who are members of the ABA Law Student Division.
Hurst’s article, “Neutering Net Neutrality: What Verizon v. F.C.C. Means for the Future of Internet,” is scheduled to be published in the University of California-Hastings’ Science and Technology Law Journal. It is currently available to view on the American Bar Association’s website.
As part of his recognition for the award, Hurst traveled to Colorado Springs to attend the section’s fall council meeting in October.
Hurst is a fourth-year JD/MBA student at Mizzou and is the senior note and comment editor for the Missouri Law Review.