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This year’s Access and Accountability Conference, hosted by Yale Law School, i...
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The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press and Yale Law School’s Media F...
The First Amendment Clinics at Arizona State University and Cornell law schools secured access last week to in-person interviews with the incarcerated civil rights leader Jamil Al-Amin, formerly H. Rap Brown, on behalf of scholar and journalist Dr. Arun Kundnani.
This year’s Access and Accountability Conference, hosted by Yale Law School, is just around the corner. Thoughtful academics, skilled practitioners and experienced journalists once again will be tackling some of the most significant impediments to government accountability today, with a particular focus on reforms that may be possible with the new administration taking hold in Washington.
A decision in a defamation case argued primarily by a student in Cornell Law School’s First Amendment Clinic is one of the first in New York state court to address a legal question spurred by recent legislative changes strengthening free speech protections.
The Clinic filed the against Los Angeles County, alleging that the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department violated a student journalist’s First and Fourth Amendment rights by wrongfully arresting him at a Black Lives Matter protest, confiscating his equipment, and losing his camera memory card containing two years of work.