We were overjoyed to attend the first in-person ABA Forum on Communications Law Annual Law Conference since the pandemic held February 2-4 in New Orleans. Brendan Healey served as a facilitator for the Hot Issues in Social Media and Advertising workshop, focusing on the latest trends in advertising law including upcoming updates to the FTC Endorsement Guides, subscription services and auto-renewal issues and recent developments under the Video Privacy Protection Act and the use of social media pixels. Natalie Harris served as co-chair for the ABA Forum on Communications Law First Amendment Diversity Moot Court competition. The competition finals were held in the ceremonial courtroom at the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana before sitting volunteer judges. The event showcased four talented law student oralists arguing the constitutionality of a fictitious new statute prohibiting certain speech related to illegal abortions and the ability of public officials to exclude third-party content from their social media accounts. BHH extends a special thank you to everyone who attended the workshop and contributed their time and efforts to the moot court competition. It takes a village, and we are grateful that our media bar village was finally able to reunite in person again.