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Each of the clinics will allow students to represent clients in matters related ...
The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press and Yale Law School’s Media F...
The relaunched clinic will be funded as an ongoing legacy of the Thomas Jefferso...
The 2019 decision dramatically changed the landscape of the Freedom of Information Act’s Exemption 4. But Cornell Law School’s First Amendment Clinic, Yale’s Media Freedom & Information Access Clinic and Vinson & Elkins’s Tom Leatherbury are pushing back in a case in the Southern District of New York.
The Initiative for a Representative First Amendment (IfRFA) is accepting applications from law students from underrepresented backgrounds to work on free expression issues at a law school clinic in summer 2020.
New Media Rights attorneys and California Western School of Law students recently worked on “Adios Amor,” a powerful documentary by Jane Greenberg and Laurie Coyle that debuted on PBS this fall.
The inaugural FELN newsletter discusses the growing number of clinics and highlights the work they’ve been doing the past couple months.