Educational BackgroundJ.D. (Cum Laude), University of Michigan Law School, 1969M.A. , Communication, University of Michigan, 1967B.A. (Summa Cum Laude), Muskingum College, 1965
Professional Background2002 - Present: Professor of Communication, Robert Morris University2011- Present: Adjunct Faculty, Duquesne University Law School2008 - 2018: Provost, Robert Morris University2002 - 2008: Dean, School of Communications & Information Systems, Robert Morris University1997 - 2002: Adjunct Faculty, Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine1987 - 2002: Adjunct Faculty, University of Akron Law School1972 - 2002: Faculty, Department of Communication, University of Akron1969 - 1972: Foreign Service Officer, United States Information Agency
Area of Expertise/ResearchCivil Rights and Civil LibertiesConstitutional LawFirst Amendment Jurisprudence Mass Media & Journalism Law
David Jamison (with Alan Hart). English translation of Michel Meyer's Of Problematology (University of Chicago 1995)
Tedford, Makay and Jamison (eds): Perspectives on Freedom of Speech (Southern Illinois University Press 1987)
Academic Papers Venues:
Ohio Academy of Trial Lawyers
Speech Communication Association
University of Missouri Conference on Missouri ex rel Gaines v Holland
SIETAR (Society for Intercultural Education, Training, and Research)
Central States Communication Association
Pennsylvania Communication Association
Communication Association of Ohio
"Michel Meyer's Philosophy of Problematology: Toward a New Theory of Argument," Argumentation 5, 1991, 57-68.
(With James L. Golden): "Meyer's Theory of Problematology," Questioning Exchange 1988, Vol. 2, No. 2 pp 149-163.
"State Constitutional Guarantees and Free Speech," Free Speech Newsletter 1986, No. 59, pp 9-14.
"Guarding Religious freedom: the Supreme Court Confronts a Basic Cultural Elaboration," Ohio Speech Journal 1981, Vol. 19, pp 106-119.
"Lipp v Procunier: A Test Case for Free Expression of Religious Ideas," Free Speech Newsletter 1981, No. 50, pp 13-20.
"Parliamentary Confidentiality and Free Speech: A Legal View," Free Speech Yearbook 1977, pp 33-45.