Kyle Dixon is a Partner in Kamlet Shepherd & Reichert’s Washington, D.C. office, focusing on broadband; voice over Internet Protocol; wireline, cable and wireless competition and regulation; intercarrier compensation and universal service; and privacy. Mr. Dixon has 14 years of experience at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and outside government. As Deputy Chief of the Media Bureau of the FCC and Special Counsel to the Chairman for Broadband Policy, he helped to establish Internet policy and create regulatory frameworks for broadband services. He worked across various bureaus of the FCC, including Wireline Competition, Media and Wireless and others. Prior to that, Mr. Dixon served as legal advisor to FCC Chairman Michael Powell. In addition, he served as senior fellow and director of the Federal Institute for Regulatory Law at The Progress & Freedom Foundation, a non-profit think-tank specializing in communications law and policy. In this role, he conducted research and testified before Congress on regulatory issues affecting broadband, voice over Internet protocol, cable set-up boxes, video competition, consumer protection, telecommunications competition and mergers. He has co-taught a course in communications law and policy at Georgetown University Law Center and co-authored with Philip J. Weiser A Digital Age Communications Act Paradigm for Federal-State Relations, 4 Journal on Telecommunications and High-Technology Law 321 (2006). Mr. Dixon received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Policy from the University of Chicago. He also is a graduate of Yale Law School, where he served as Symposium Editor for the Yale Law Journal. From 1993-1994, Dixon served as clerk to the Honorable Richard D. Cudahy, United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.