Carmel Amero joined Lerman Senter after graduating from The George Washington University Law School. She focuses on regulatory, policy, and transactional work for the firm’s technology, communications, media, and entertainment industry clients. Carmel assists broadcasters, cable operators, and telecommunications companies on policy, enforcement and licensing matters related to adherence to regulatory requirements imposed by the FCC and federal and state agencies.
While in law school, Carmel studied information privacy law and internet law as part of a summer intellectual property program in Munich, Germany. She also served as an Associate Editor for the American Intellectual Property Law Association Quarterly Journal and was an active member of GW’s Black Law Student Association, the Pro Bono and Public Interest Group, and the Evening Law Student Association.
Carmel actively participates in community service projects in the Washington, D.C., area. She was a student attorney with the Rising for Justice law clinic representing low-income clients charged with misdemeanor offenses in the District of Columbia. This year Carmel completed volunteer training with Voices for Children – Montgomery County. She is now a court appointed special advocate (CASA) for a child placed in the foster care system.