Publications & Conferences

Academic Publications 

  • Weiland, Morgan N., Expanding the Periphery and Threatening the Core: The Ascendant Libertarian Speech Tradition, 69 Stan. L. Rev. 1389 (2017).
  • Glasser, Theodore L. & Morgan N. Weiland, On the Unfortunate Divide Between Media Ethics and Media Law (forthcoming as a book chapter).
  • 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, Forbes.com (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”, EFF.org (Aug. 9, 2013).
  • Weiland, Morgan N., Congress and the Justice Dept’s Dangerous Attempts to Define “Journalist” Threaten to Exclude Bloggers, EFF.org (July 23, 2013).

Academic Conferences

  • Paper accepted to Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication conference, awarded Second-Place Student Paper Award by the Law & Policy Division, 2017. Weiland, Morgan N., First Amendment Metaphors: From ‘Marketplace’ to ‘Free Flow of Information.’
  • Panel accepted to Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication conference, moderated panel, 2017.
  • Paper accepted to Yale Law School Freedom of Expression Scholars Conference, 2017. Weiland, Morgan N., First Amendment Metaphors: From ‘Marketplace’ to ‘Free Flow of Information.’
  • Paper accepted to conference of the Association for the Study of Law, Culture, and the Humanities, 2017. Weiland, Morgan N., First Amendment Metaphors: From ‘Marketplace’ to ‘Free Flow of Information.’
  • Paper accepted to Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication conference, 2016. Theodore L. Glasser & Morgan N. Weiland, On the Unfortunate Divide Between Media Ethics and Media Law.
  • Paper accepted to Yale Law School Freedom of Expression Scholars Conference, served as discussant, 2016.
  • Invited presenter, Shaping Your Speech: Media Reform, Past and Present, Stanford Communication Department’s Rebele Symposium, 2015.
  • Invited panelist, Teaching, Engaging, and Protecting Acts of Journalism, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication conference, 2014.

Presentations

Reports & Letters