November 20, 2012
From The Washington Post

by T. R. Goldman

(Polsinelli Senior Policy Advisor Julius Hobson was recently included in an article in the Washington Post about whether lobbying can be taught)

You can go to school to learn about lobbying, but you don’t become a lobbyist by going to school. “I always start off the first night by saying, ‘If you thought when you finished this course you could be a lobbyist, you’re wrong,’ ” explains Julius W. Hobson Jr., a senior adviser at Polsinelli and former top lobbyist at the American Medical Association who graduated from the George Washington program in 1980 and has been teaching a course there twice a year ever since 1994. “N

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