Communication Law Review

From the Editor

Welcome to the readers of Communication Law Review

First, I want to express my thanks to the outgoing editor, Dr. Pat Arneson, who served this journal for many years and is now enjoying retirement. I am pleased to have received mentorship from Pat, and to be asked to be the incoming editor. I look forward to serving the goals of this journal for the next few years.

Please encourage others to read, cite, and submit for Communication Law Review. I am pleased to announce that I plan to put out a special issue later in 2023. Please see the "Call for Papers."  


Pamela L. Morris is an Associate Professor of Communication Studies at Indiana University-Purdue University at Columbus. 

She specializes in media studies and new media. She received her Ph.D. in Communication from Purdue University. 

Prior to seeking that degree, Dr. Morris studied computer science and worked at IBM for 12 years as a programmer and project manager. 

Her primary research interests are media law, technology adoption, and uses and effects of technology on communication processes. 

She particularly enjoys teaching and is passionate about media literacy education and making students good digital citizens.