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Dr. Jason M. Shepard is a media law scholar, professor and chair of the Department of Communications at California State University,
Fullerton, one of the largest mass communications programs in the United States. He is a former award-winning journalist in Wisconsin and Teach For America corps member in New York City. His research examines the role of the First Amendment in American democracy, journalism and culture. Continue reading >>
Latest law journal article: "The First Amendment and the Roots of LGBT Rights Law: Censorship in the Early Homophile Era, 1958-1962," William & Mary Journal of Race, Gender and Social Justice
Elected Member, Professional Freedom & Responsibility Standing Committee, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC)
In the news: "Titan Media Law Expert Weighs in on First Amendment Battles"
Inaugural recipient, Sharon Dunwoody Early Career Award, University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Journalism and Mass Communication
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