Paul Glist is a partner and Chair of the Communications, Media & Information Technology Practice at Davis Wright Tremaine, where he concentrates in cable, communications, media, privacy and security, and information technology. Since 1978 he has worked with major cable companies and cable associations on legal, regulatory and strategic issues that have emerged as the industry has developed. Paul has been involved in many groundbreaking efforts in telecommunications and cable law and has helped develop the legislation, regulation and case law shaping these industries.
He is currently working with the cable industry in the development of the technical and business interfaces between multichannel networks, home domains, and consumer navigation, recording and display devices; on energy efficiency measures; and on the architecture and privacy policies for advanced advertising.
Since 1984, he has served as a faculty member for the Practising Law Institute's annual course on cable television and communications law. He is also a frequent speaker, lecturer, and panelist for other university, law school and communications industry programs.
He is a graduate of Cornell University (A.B. 1975, with honors) and Stanford Law School (J.D. 1978).