Mr. Wyrick is lead legal associate, managing day-to-day tasks of the associates team.  He provides research and analysis support for legal, policy, and regulatory matters, and has made filings before the FCC.  He has composed papers and memos regarding cutting-edge technologies and their significance for telecom.  He closely watches industry and government, monitoring organizations such as the FCC, NTIA, White House, Congress, and private-sector technology businesses and trade associations.

He is also a 3L at the George Washington University Law School.  He is a member of the George Washington International Law Review and a Thurgood Marshall Scholar.  He received his B.S. in Political Science from Towson University.  Prior to law school, his work experience includes supporting high-stakes litigation, including at leading US firms.  He has extensive experience researching international and technology law and policy matters.