Founded in 1994, Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review was one of the first law journals to use interactive media to promote informed discourse about the interrelated legal, social, business, and public policy issues raised by emerging technologies. As one of the original online law journals in the world, MTTLR is a ground-breaking publication.
MTTLR publishes online and printed volumes, available through subscription. MTTLR is available through Lexis-Nexis, Westlaw, and this web site. The Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review’s primary purpose is to examine the tensions created by advances in computing, telecommunications, biotechnology, multimedia, networking, information and other technologies.

Current Editorial Board


Ian Williams

Managing Editor

Eric Fleddermann

Executive Articles Editor

Jesse Hogin

Executive Production Editor

Kevin Weehunt

Executive Note Editor

Caleb Kennedy

Article Editors

Raven Lanier

Ritchie Wilson

James Fahringer


Production Editors

Catherine Merdinger

Shajee Rizvi

Jess Opila

Dillon Lappe



Note Editors

Bethany Felder

Vincent Gianino


Executive Technology Editor

Nicholas Schmidt


Elliot Covert

Jason Schau

Contributing Editors

Brian Jacobsmeyer

Paul Waldera


Priya Purohit

Rachel Wexler


Megan Andersen

David Feigenbaum

MJ Koo

Jake Lipnik

Christa Nipper

Kenneth Sexauer

Christine Umbright

Associate Editors

Mark Blanton

David Imhoff

Adam Laird

Julie Michalski

Morgan Restaino

Sara Stearns

Andrew Weiner


Adam Cusick

Taimi Jacobson

Allison Lasher

Yingchun Ni

André Rouillard

Hinh Tran

Brian Yang