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The Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review (MTTLR) is one of six legal journals published under the auspices of the University of Michigan Law School. MTTLR is dedicated to promoting discourse and thought on the interrelated legal, social, business and public policy issues raised by technology. MTTLR provides a forum for examination of the concerns and tensions between law and technology. The articles in MTTLR advance legal reasoning and often serve as a catalyst for critical analysis of the complex issues that deal with development of the law and technology. The publication features a staff of over 50 and has offices in the University of Michigan's Legal Research Building.
MTTLR was founded as a joint venture between the University of Michigan's Law School and Ross Business School in 1994 and was (one of) the first electronic law journals. Currently, MTTLR is published twice a year electronically and in print. In 2007 MTTLR launched a scholarly blog featuring posts written by student editors, guest writers, and faculty contributors.