Applicant Information for the Fall 2014 Attorney Honors Program
Federal Communications Commission
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NEWS MEDIA CONTACT
November 13, 2013
Meribeth McCarrick (202) 418-0654
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR APPLICANTS TO THE FCC’S FALL 2014
ATTORNEY HONORS PROGRAMWashington, D.C. - It has come to our attention that there was an error in the News
Release issued on July 26, 2013, announcing that the FCC had begun accepting applications for
the Fall 2014 Attorney Honors Program. Specifically, there was a typographical error in the
email address provided for submitting applications. The correct address is
To ensure that all complete and timely submitted applications are considered, the Federal
Communications Commission today announced that it will allow graduating law students and
current judicial clerks who submitted applications for its Fall 2014 Attorney Honors Program to
the email address “Honor.Program” to resubmit those applications to Honors.Program@fcc.gov
on or before December 6, 2013. The 2014 application window opened on July 26, 2013, and
was extended to October 23, 2013 due to the government-wide shut down that occurred October
To demonstrate that applications previously submitted to the email address
“Honor.Program” were complete and timely filed, applicants should forward their previously
submitted application emails with attachments to Honors.Program@fcc.gov by midnight on
December 6, 2013.
Additional information about the Honors Program is available at
https://www.fcc.gov/encyclopedia/attorney-honors-program. Questions about eligibility to
resubmit an application may be directed to Almira Kennedy, Almira.Kennedy@fcc.gov, (202)
418-1743, or Diane Griffin Holland, Diane.Griffin@fcc.gov, (202) 418-7294.
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