Boucher Taps Levine as Counsel for House Telecom Committee

Former senior counsel on telecom and Internet for congressman to counsel subcommittee

Amy Levine has been tapped as counsel for the House Telecommunications & Internet Subcommittee by its new chairman, Rick Boucher (D-VA).

Levine had been senior counsel on telecom and Internet matters for John Dingel (D-Mich.), former chairman of the House Energy & Commerce Committee, and before that legislative counsel to Senate Commerce Committee member Claire McCaskill of Missouri.

It will be a homecoming for Levine, who was a onetime legislative counsel to Boucher in his capacity as member of the Energy & Commerce and Judiciary Committees and on the Congressional Internet Caucus.

Before coming to the Hill, Levine was a communications attorney at Covington & Burling.