In 2001, a group of students, under the guidance of Professor Phil Weiser, founded the Colorado Technology Law Journal, formerly the Journal on Telecommunications and High Technology Law, at the University of Colorado Law School. The Colorado Technology Law Journal has since established a position among the elite national technology and telecommunications law journals, featuring seminal moments in Internet policy such as former FCC Chairman Michael Powell’s articulation of the four Internet Freedoms and Professor Tim Wu’s groundbreaking definition of Network Neutrality.
The Colorado Technology Law Journal is closely affiliated with the Silicon Flatirons Center at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Annually, the Center hosts the nationally renowned Digital Broadband Migration symposium, submissions to which are published in the fall/winter issue of the Colorado Technology Law Journal.
The University of Colorado Law School is one of the top public law schools in the United States.
The Silicon Flatirons Center for Law, Technology, and Entrepreneurship is an interdisciplinary research center at the University of Colorado Law School. Silicon Flatirons’ core mission is to elevate the debate surrounding technology policy issues; support and enable entrepreneurship in the technology community; and inspire, prepare, and place students in these important areas.