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[[File:E_carter.bmp|left|200px|border]]'''Edward "Ed" L. Carter''' is an Associate Professor of [[:category:Communications Faculty|Communications]] at [http://byu.edu Brigham Young University.] He occasionally engages in legal consulting and represents news media clients and others in federal and state courts.
 
[[File:E_carter.bmp|left|200px|border]]'''Edward "Ed" L. Carter''' is an Associate Professor of [[:category:Communications Faculty|Communications]] at [http://byu.edu Brigham Young University.] He occasionally engages in legal consulting and represents news media clients and others in federal and state courts.
  
Carter received his bachelor's degree in [[:category:BA Communications - Print Journalism Emphasis|Journalism]] from BYU and his master's degree from the [http://www.medill.northwestern.edu/ Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University]. After completing law school at the the [http://www.law.byu.edu/ J. Reuben Clark Law School at BYU], he served as a law clerk for Judge Ruggero J. Aldisert, after which he returned to BYU as a faculty member in the [[:category:communications|Communications Department]]. Along with his teaching responsibilities he is also currently the Editor-in-Chief of the campus paper, [[The Universe|''The Universe'']]. In 2013 the paper received second place for Best All-Around Non Daily Student Newspaper from the [http://spj.org Society of Professional Journalists.] The paper also swept the in-depth reporting category for student newspapers, claimed first-place honors in breaking news reporting, and won several other awards that year and was also recognized by the [http://snd.org Student Society of News Design.]
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Carter received his bachelor's degree in [[:category:BA Communications - Print Journalism Emphasis|Journalism]] from BYU and his master's degree from the [http://www.medill.northwestern.edu/ Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University]. After completing law school at the the [http://www.law.byu.edu/ J. Reuben Clark Law School at BYU], he served as a law clerk for Judge Ruggero J. Aldisert, after which he returned to BYU as a faculty member in the [[:category:communications|Communications Department]]. Along with his teaching responsibilities, he is also currently the Editor-in-Chief of the campus paper, [[The Universe|''The Universe'']]. In 2013 the paper received second place for Best All-Around Non Daily Student Newspaper from the [http://spj.org Society of Professional Journalists.] The paper also swept the in-depth reporting category for student newspapers, claimed first-place honors in breaking news reporting, and won several other awards that year and was also recognized by the [http://snd.org Student Society of News Design.]
  
 
Carter has worked for newspapers in Utah, Illinois, and Washington, D.C and has served as a law clerk for the US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.  
 
Carter has worked for newspapers in Utah, Illinois, and Washington, D.C and has served as a law clerk for the US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.  
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Carter was awarded BYU's Class of '49 Endowed Young Faculty Award in 2009.
 
Carter was awarded BYU's Class of '49 Endowed Young Faculty Award in 2009.
  
In 2012 Carter and fellow professor [[Edward Adams|Ed Adams]] found journals and books that explained the Supreme Court mystery of [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_switch_in_time_that_saved_nine "the switch in time that saved nine".] The documents were by Merlo Pusey, a reporter from the 1940s whose main focus was the Supreme Court and its various Justices. That year Carter has also had several articles published in academic journals, including ''BYU Studies'', ''Communications Law and Policy'', and ''Rutgers Law Journal''.
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In 2012 Carter and fellow professor [[Edward Adams|Ed Adams]] found journals and books that explained the Supreme Court mystery of [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_switch_in_time_that_saved_nine "the switch in time that saved nine".] The documents were by Merlo Pusey, a reporter from the 1940s whose main focus was the Supreme Court and its various Justices. That year Carter has also had several articles published in academic journals, including ''BYU Studies,'' ''Communications Law and Policy,'' and ''Rutgers Law Journal.''  
  
 
The following year Carter had the opportunity to deliver the keynote address at the April 2013 [[:category:Convocation Participants|convocation]] of the College of Fine Arts and Communications.  On July 1 Ed Carter became an Associate Dean in the College of Fine Arts and Communications at BYU.
 
The following year Carter had the opportunity to deliver the keynote address at the April 2013 [[:category:Convocation Participants|convocation]] of the College of Fine Arts and Communications.  On July 1 Ed Carter became an Associate Dean in the College of Fine Arts and Communications at BYU.

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Edward "Ed" L. Carter is an Associate Professor of Communications at Brigham Young University. He occasionally engages in legal consulting and represents news media clients and others in federal and state courts.

Carter received his bachelor's degree in Journalism from BYU and his master's degree from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. After completing law school at the the J. Reuben Clark Law School at BYU, he served as a law clerk for Judge Ruggero J. Aldisert, after which he returned to BYU as a faculty member in the Communications Department. Along with his teaching responsibilities, he is also currently the Editor-in-Chief of the campus paper, The Universe. In 2013 the paper received second place for Best All-Around Non Daily Student Newspaper from the Society of Professional Journalists. The paper also swept the in-depth reporting category for student newspapers, claimed first-place honors in breaking news reporting, and won several other awards that year and was also recognized by the Student Society of News Design.

Carter has worked for newspapers in Utah, Illinois, and Washington, D.C and has served as a law clerk for the US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.

In the summer of 2004 Carter took third place in a faculty paper for the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communications Law Division "Medium-Based Regulation and Criminal Libel on the Internet."

During the winter of 2008 Carter's article, co-written by James C. Phillips, "Justices Treat Newspapers Differently in Oral Argument" was published in the Newspaper Research Journal.

In 2008 Carter attended the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication annual convention and was one of four panelists on a panel co-sponsored by the Law and Policy Division and the Ethics Division.

Carter was awarded BYU's Class of '49 Endowed Young Faculty Award in 2009.

In 2012 Carter and fellow professor Ed Adams found journals and books that explained the Supreme Court mystery of "the switch in time that saved nine". The documents were by Merlo Pusey, a reporter from the 1940s whose main focus was the Supreme Court and its various Justices. That year Carter has also had several articles published in academic journals, including BYU Studies, Communications Law and Policy, and Rutgers Law Journal.

The following year Carter had the opportunity to deliver the keynote address at the April 2013 convocation of the College of Fine Arts and Communications. On July 1 Ed Carter became an Associate Dean in the College of Fine Arts and Communications at BYU.

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