Money, Politics and the First Amendment: A Debate on Special Interest Advertising in Elections

The UNC Center for Media Law and Policy welcomed two of the nation’s pre-eminent electoral law experts – law professor Bradley A. Smith, former chair of the Federal Election Commission, and attorney Lawrence M. Nobel, who served as FEC general counsel from 1987-2000 – to debate campaign finance reform and government attempts to regulate political advertising funded by corporations and other private organizations. A dinner for guests and the speakers followed the lecture.
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Speakers: Bradley A. Smith, Professor, Capital University School of Law
Lawrence M. Noble, Attorney with Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher and Flom, LLP, in Washington, D.C.
Moderator: Professor William P. Marshall, UNC School of Law

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