MLRC director reflects on the challenges of hosting live gatherings in the midst of a worldwide pandemic.
Instead of focusing on whether this litigation will be used to overrule Sullivan, its real significance was as a test of whether Sullivan works.
Of the 100+ Zoom calls since our series began, perhaps the call that best combined entertainment and thoughtful and nuanced media law analysis came in early January: a panel of experts choosing the most interesting media law matters of 2021 and predicting the most significant developments likely to happen in 2022.
MLRC executive director dons his santa cap and gives newsmakers what they're owed.
An address honoring the recently retired attorney on the final day of MLRC’s 2021 Media Law Conference in Virginia.
Executive director George Freeman reviews the past six years of MLRC, an eventful period that saw the organization adapting to a global pandemic, a president at war with our members, and more.