Matthew Schruers


Vice President for Law & Policy, Computer & Communications Industry Association, Adjunct Professor of Law

B.A., Duke; J.D., University of Virginia

B.A., cum laude, Duke University; J.D., University of Virginia. Professor Schruers is Vice President for Law & Policy at the Computer & Communications Industry...

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B.A., cum laude, Duke University; J.D., University of Virginia. Professor Schruers is Vice President for Law & Policy at the Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA), where he advises leading Internet and technology companies on matters including Internet law, intellectual property, competition, and trade. He is also an adjunct to the Georgetown Graduate School Program on Communication, Culture, and Technology (CCT), and the American University Washington College of Law, where he teaches courses on intellectual property and Internet law.

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"The DOJ and the future of music," coverage in R Street, August 2, 2016, featuring Adjunct Professor Matt Schruers.

"The DOJ and the Future of Music," coverage in Morning Consult, August 2, 2016, featuring Adjunct Professor Matt Schruers.

Judge finally dismisses PETA's monkey selfie lawsuit,” coverage by The Daily Dot, January 30, 2016, quoting Adjunct Professor Matt Schruers.

"Despite Aereo Supreme Court Ruling, TV Cloud Service CloudAntenna Insists It’s On Solid Legal Ground," coverage in International Business Times, November 17, 2015, quoting Adjunct Professor Matthew Schruers

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"The DOJ and the future of music," coverage in R Street, August 2, 2016, featuring Adjunct Professor Matt Schruers.

"The DOJ and the Future of Music," coverage in Morning Consult, August 2, 2016, featuring Adjunct Professor Matt Schruers.

Judge finally dismisses PETA's monkey selfie lawsuit,” coverage by The Daily Dot, January 30, 2016, quoting Adjunct Professor Matt Schruers.

"Despite Aereo Supreme Court Ruling, TV Cloud Service CloudAntenna Insists It’s On Solid Legal Ground," coverage in International Business Times, November 17, 2015, quoting Adjunct Professor Matthew Schruers

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