Federal Communications Law Journal

The FCLJ is the official journal for the Federal Communications Bar Association and, in serving this important role, often features articles and essays by Commissioners of the Federal Communications Commission (“FCC”) and members of Congress, as well as leading scholars in the field of Communication Law and Policy. The FCLJ was published by the Indiana University Maurer School of Law between 1993/94 (v.46) and 2011/12 (v.64). During that period the FCLJ published three issues per year featuring articles, book reviews, student notes and commentaries focusing on domestic and international communications issues. Students selected articles for publications, edited and proofread the articles, and verified the accuracy and form of cited sources. The journal also published several student-written articles. Beginning with the Fall 2012 issue (v.65 no.1), the journal is being published by the George Washington School of Law.

Current Issue: Volume 64, Issue 3 (2012)



Law and the Open Internet
Adam Candeub and Daniel McCartney


Book Review


Special Feature


Editor's Note
Sarah L. Kellogg