Mickey Osterreicher Featured in Media Law Resource Center’s MediaLawLetter, “10 Questions to a Media Lawyer”
Mickey Osterreicher, of counsel, was recently profiled and interviewed by Media Law Resource Center for their MediaLawLetter article “10 Questions to a Media Lawyer: Mickey Osterreicher.”
“Having been a photojournalist in both print and broadcast for over 40 years, it seemed like a natural progression of things to be drawn to media law once I decided to go to law school, which happened toward the end of my career in television. One of the reporters who I worked with got in the car one day on our way to an assignment and said he was thinking about going to law school. I replied that I had always thought about going to law school and so we embarked on that journey––first taking study courses, then the LSATs, and then applying to only one school. Since we were both still working at the station, the sole viable option was the University at Buffalo School of Law. We were both accepted and went to classes from 8:00 a.m. to 2 p.m. and then raced to work 2:30 to 11:30 p.m.”
Read the full article here.
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