Camillie Landrón is special counsel in the firm’s Communications, Internet and Technology Practice. Ms. Landrón offers clients legal, policy, and strategic advice on matters affecting the communications, internet, technology and media industries.
Ms. Landrón advocates for clients in FCC rulemaking and other regulatory proceedings, advises on spectrum auctions, licensing, and allocation, represents clients on a variety of transactional matters, and counsels clients on new technologies and services. Ms. Landrón has experience with wireless, wireline, and consumer privacy and protection matters, as well as universal service support programs, including compliance, audits, and appeals.
Prior to joining Jenner & Block, Ms. Landrón was an associate in the communications, internet and media groups of two major law firms. In those roles, she represented clients on a variety of regulatory, public policy, appellate, arbitration, and litigation matters relating to the telecommunications, media, and technology industries. She also advised clients across industry sectors on compliance with communications-related federal and state regulatory requirements, and consumer privacy and protection matters.
As part of her active pro bono practice, Ms. Landrón is on the Screening Committee for the Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project.
Ms. Landrón graduated from the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School, where she was a senior editor of the Journal of International Law. Ms. Landrón earned her AB, summa cum laude, from Princeton University. She is a native Spanish speaker.