Tara Tedrow to Moderate Debate on the Media's Effect on Voters at the University of Kentucky for the Podius Debates Series
October 6, 2016
Attorney Tara Tedrow, an associate in the firm's Real Estate Transactions, Development, Land Use and Zoning practices, will moderate a debate on the media's effect on voter ignorance as part of the National Speech and Debate Association's Podius Series at the University of Kentucky on October 6, 2016 at 7 p.m. The Podius Series is a three-part event held at colleges and universities across the United States which seeks to encourage students to consider multiple informed sources on important civic issues.
Tedrow is a champion for the debate community in Florida and founded the Central Florida Debate Initiative for high school students in 2013. She focuses her practice on working with local governments and other regulatory authorities in order to address the needs of her clients related to environmental permitting and compliance, zoning, comprehensive plans, concurrency, administrative law, Developments of Regional Impact (DRI's), due diligence, and property rights.
To read more about the Podius Series and Tedrow's involvement in them, click on the PDF below.