The CommLaw Conspectus: Journal of Communications Law and Policy publishes thoughtful, timely, and useful articles that discuss recent developments in communications law and policy. The field of communications law constantly undergoes rapid changes, and we are dedicated to addressing cutting-edge issues and technologies.
Located in Washington, D.C., CommLaw Conspectus shares a unique relationship with the Federal Communications Commission and other federal policymakers. Members of CommLaw Conspectus also work closely with the Columbus School of Law's Institute for Communications Law Studies. This one-of-a-kind program prepares law students for practice in communications law through seminars, courses, and internships in common carrier, mass media, wireless, and other communications fields.
CommLaw Conspectus is a semiannual publication. A typical issue contains three to four lead articles written by communications law scholars and practitioners and three to four student notes and comments. In addition, we periodically publish essays, book reviews, a bibliography of recent communications law books, and summaries of major communications law cases and FCC dockets.