Christian Hoefly focuses his practice on a wide range of issues across the communications and technology sectors. In particular, he focuses on a telecommunications issues, including broadband policy, universal service, competition, and communications-related transactions. Christian also works on data protection and privacy issues, with an emphasis on compliance with federal and international privacy laws and regulations. He helps clients across these industries understand the implications of new regulations and proposals to prepare them for compliance with the policies and engagement on shaping policy outcomes. He is admitted in Pennsylvania and New Jersey only, and his practice is supervised by DC Bar members.
Prior to joining Morgan Lewis, Christian worked for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), starting in 2015. He joined the FCC through its Honors Attorney Program and subsequently served as a Legal Advisor to the Chief of the Wireline Competition Bureau. While with the FCC, he focused on Universal Service, broadband deployment data, and license transfer reviews.
While attending law school, Christian held leadership positions in the Penn State Journal of Law & International Affairs and the school’s Phillip C. Jessup International Moot Court Team. He graduated cum laude from The College of New Jersey.
The College of New Jersey, 2012, B.S., Business Administration, cum laude
Pennsylvania State University, Dickinson School of Law, 2015, J.D.
Awards and Affiliations
Member, Woolsack Honor Society, The Pennsylvania State University
Managing Editor, Penn State Journal of Law and International Affairs
Team Coach & Brief Writer, Phillip C. Jessup International Moot Court Team