Academic Publications 

  • Weiland, Morgan N., Expanding the Periphery and Threatening the Core: The Ascendant Libertarian Speech Tradition, 69 Stan. L. Rev. 1389 (2017).
  • Van Schewick, Barbara & Morgan N. Weiland, New Republican Bill Is Network Neutrality in Name Only, 67 Stan. L. Rev. Online 85 (2015).
  • Picard, Robert G., et al., Panel I: The Future of the Political Economy of Press Freedom, 19 Comm. L. & Pol’y 97 (2014).
    • Note: This article, which I co-authored, is part of a symposium issue, the product of a summit held by the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. See Glasser, Theodore L. & Timothy W. Gleason, Summit Report: Freedom of the Press in the Twenty-First Century—An Agenda for Thought and Action: Introduction, 19 Comm. L. & Pol’y 87 (2014).

Law & Policy Publications 

  • Van Schewick, Barbara & Morgan N. Weiland, Evaluating the Chairman’s Revised Net Neutrality Proposal, Stanford Center for Internet & Soc’y  Blog (May 12, 2014).
  • Weiland, Morgan N. & Jennifer Granick, Obama Press Attacks Degrade the First Amendment in the Name of Security, (Mar. 20, 2014).
  • Weiland, Morgan N., Protecting Journalism in the Digital Era, Stan. Law., Nov. 2013.
  • Weiland, Morgan N., Senate’s Broadened Definition of Journalist Is an Improvement, but Still Not Enough, Freedom of the Press Found. Blog (Sept. 13, 2013).
  • Weiland, Morgan N., Why Sen. Feinstein Is Wrong About Who’s a “Real Reporter”, (Aug. 9, 2013).
  • Weiland, Morgan N., Congress and the Justice Dept’s Dangerous Attempts to Define “Journalist” Threaten to Exclude Bloggers, (July 23, 2013).



Reports & Letters

  • Stanford Law School Reading Group member for review of Judge Merrick Garland’s work for the ABA Standing Committee on the Federal Judiciary, co-author of review of telecommunication opinions with Stanford Law School Dean M. Elizabeth Magill, May 9, 2016 (see ABA’s Karol Corbin Walker’s statement to the Judiciary Committee, which includes parts of the review).