Member Profile - Patricia Paoletta
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Currently a partner at Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis LLP, Ms. Paoletta practices telecommunications administrative law, advising clients before the FCC, the Administration and internationally before the United Nations' International Telecommunication Union. Ms. Paoletta is a member of the RNLA Board as well as a member of the Pacific Telecommunications Council's Advisory Council. She serves on the Executive Committee of the Federalist Society's Telecommunications & Electronic Media Practice Group. Ms. Paoletta formerly chairs HWG's Legislative Practice; formerly headed Wiley's International Telecom Practice and Level 3's Government Relations office in Washington, D.C. as Vice President. Ms. Paoletta was Counsel on the House Energy & Commerce Committee after serving as Director of Telecommunications Trade, at the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative. She was a Schedule C appointee at the FCC, Special Assistant to the Director of International Communications, then Senior Legal Advisor to the FCC's International Bureau Chief.
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