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The deadline for proposals to the Legal Clinic Fund — which supports law schoo...
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The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press and Yale Law School’s Media F...
The First Amendment Clinic at Cornell Law School has stepped in to help a local citizen journalist fight a defamation lawsuit and proposed take-down order related to his watchdog coverage of local government.
The clinic successfully sued the Erie County Sheriff recently on behalf of the National Lawyers Guild Buffalo Chapter for access under New York’s Freedom of Information Law to the records of Buffalo’s local jails concerning suicide attempts by inmates.
A ruling from a federal judge on February 24, 2020, will dramatically expand the public’s right to access results of clinical trials studying drugs and medical devices. The ruling is the latest development in a lawsuit brought by the Yale Media Freedom and Information Access (MFIA) and NYU Technology Law & Policy (TLP) Clinics on behalf of Charles Seife and Dr. Peter Lurie.
The deadline for proposals to the Legal Clinic Fund — which supports law school clinics that do First Amendment, transparency or other press freedom work—has been extended to May 8.