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About MTLR

Founded in 1994 as the Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review, the Michigan 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, MTLR is a ground-breaking publication.

MTLR publishes online and printed volumes, available through subscription. MTLR is available through Lexis-Nexis, Westlaw, and this web site. The Michigan 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

Editor-in-Chief

Michael Goodyear

Managing Editor

Austin DelPriore

Managing Articles Editor

Olivia Wheeling

Managing Executive Editor

Matthew Garry
Rachel Foster

Managing Note Editor

Jordan Wampler

Article Editors

Brianna Potter

Luke Barbour

Nicholas Orr

Solana Gillis

 

Executive Editors

Dimitra Rallis

Kyle Darch

Paula McDonald

Philip Brown

Taylor Brook

 

Note Editors

Amara Lopez

Emily Huang
 

Technology Editor

Ryan Rypka

 

Benjamin Black

Cianan Lesley

Contributing Editors

Fiona Gaul

Sara Prendergast

Lin Sun

 

Sean Magill

Yana Nebuchina

 

Danielle Berstein

Mary Book

Elisabeth Brennen

Rachel Carpman

Charlie Crane

Julia Deng

Boran Ding

Hannah Ellis

Gregory Fantin

Leon Freyermuth

Brenna Gibbs

Claire Grace

Associate Editors

Lindsay Grizzard

Jennifer Huseby

Laura Kirtley

Katherine Klien

Hye In Koo

Sarah Krosnick

Kristine Lee

Averyn Lee

Bingjie Li

Joseph Maher

Margaret Mantel

Kelsey McQuilkin

 

Claire Mena

Carlino Mark Natividad

Spencer Peoples

Omar Rifai

Daniela Sanchez

Kamden Segawa

Ian Sterlin

Natalie Vicchio

Esther Vinarov

Erin Wall

Jason Zaccaro

Steven Zhao