Jamie is a 2nd year PHD student and Teaching Associate at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Originally from Aberdeen, Scotland, he has a Cert. HE (Law) from the University of Aberdeen, a BA (1st class honors) in Journalism from the Robert Gordon University and a MS in Communication and Information from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. He has experience within both the print and broadcast journalism industry and has provided volunteer communications and campaign strategy consultancy to non-profit communication campaigns. His primary area of research is Communication Law & Policy, specifically, FCC regulation of the communication industry. His focus on Tennessee looks at models of rural broadband deployment and state legislative barriers to municipal broadband expansion.
CertHE University of Aberdeen, Scotland (Law)
B.A (Ist Class Honors)Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland (Journalism)
M.S University of Tennessee, Knoxville (Specialization in Political Communication)
P.H.D (current) University of Tennessee, Knoxville (Specialization in Communication Law and Policy)