The Colorado Technology Law Journal (CTLJ) is a student-run telecommunications and technology law and policy journal at the University of Colorado Law School. Founded in 2001 by a group of enterprising law students and then–Professor Phil Weiser, CTLJ was previously known as the “Journal on Telecommunications and High Technology Law.” The Journal has established its position among the elite national technology and telecommunications law journals, publishing seminal pieces such as Professor Tim Wu’s first paper articulating and defining Net Neutrality in 2003, and former FCC Chairman Michael Powell's articulation of the four Internet Freedoms. 

CTLJ is affiliated with the Silicon Flatirons Center. Each year Silicon Flatirons and CTLJ host a series of conferences, including the nationally renowned Digital Broadband Migration (DBM) Conference. CTLJ publishes academic articles from its conferences, submissions from scholars and policymakers, and an array of student notes.

Interested students may apply for membership through the cite-on process in the spring or the write-on process during the summer. For more information visit our website at or email