About the Conference

The Media Law & Policy Scholars conference isn’t like the typical big conferences you attend. Instead, it’s designed to be a small workshop where everyone participates in an engaging, intellectual dialogue.

We don’t have panels, and authors don’t present their papers. Instead, a discussant presents an author’s paper and everyone in attendance helps workshop the author’s paper. Because of this format, MLPSC welcomes scholars from a broad range of fields who study issues related to media law and media policy. We are open to a variety of methodological approaches and theoretical perspectives. MLPSC is committed to having a diverse and inclusive environment, where scholars of all backgrounds can talk freely about their ideas.

Published by Chip Stewart

Professor of Journalism at Texas Christian University. J.D. (University of Texas), LL.M. (University of Missouri), Ph.D. (University of Missouri). Former head of the Law & Policy Division at AEJMC. Founding editor of Community Journalism. Author of "Media Law Through Science Fiction: Do Androids Dream of Electric Free Speech?" (Routledge, 2020); co-author of "The Law of Public Communication" (11th ed., Routledge, 2020); editor of "Social Media and the Law" (2nd ed., Routledge, 2017).

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