Enrique Armijo "is an associate in the firm’s Communications and Media practice group. He advises media clients in litigation, in transactional matters, and before the Federal Communications Commission.
"He represents broadcasters in administrative rulemaking proceedings and in transactions. He also counsels clients on pre-broadcast and print review issues related to newsgathering, defamation, reporter subpoenas, and the First Amendment, and offers advice to television stations on their compliance with FCC and FEC rules on political advertising.
"Mr. Armijo also practices in the area of international freedom of expression. He currently serves on a team of media law scholars and practitioners from the Annenberg School of Communication’s Center for Global Communications Studies on an project that is developing a critical assessment of broadcast and print regulation in the Kingdom of Jordan. He has also advised the Government of Rwanda on proposed amendments to its media law and regulatory statutes, and has provided assessments of public broadcasting statutes for developing democracies in Asia and the Middle East. Prior to joining the firm Enrique was at the Programme for Comparative Media Law and Policy at the University of Oxford’s Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, working on international media law projects and conducting comparative research on media ownership regulation in the US and Europe." 
Enrique Armijo "is an associate at Covington & Burling LLP in Washington, DC, where he practices media and appellate law. He currently serves on a Stanhope Centre team with Professors Monroe Price and Peter Krug that is assessing Rwanda's draft Press Law, and has conducted media law assessments for East Timor (IREX) and Jordan (Center for Global Communication Studies at Annenberg). While at PCMLP in September 2006, he researched broadcast ownership regulation in the United Kingdom and Western Europe and assisted in a comparative project on the protection of reporters' sources in the UK, US and Europe. He is a member of IMLA."