An edited transcript of the December 15, 2020 Zoom conversation with former Washington Post editor Downie led by media attorney, David Bodney, founder of Ballard Spahr’s Media and Entertainment Law Group.
Court Tosses Journalist’s Lawsuit Against Hollywood Foreign Press Association for Denying Her AdmissionLauren Russell
A California federal court dismissed a Norwegian journalist’s complaint against the Hollywood Foreign Press Association over the organization’s repeated rejection of her application for membership.
An edited transcript of the December 3, 2020 Zoom conversation with the Pulitzer-prize winning journalist led by MLRC Executive Director George Freeman.
National Security Leaks and Free Speech on Campus: A Conversation with Lee Bollinger and Professor Geoffrey Stone
Professors Bollinger and Stone on Julian Assange, Edward Snowden, national security and campus speech.
A collection of resources discussing the legislative history and statutory interpretation of the Espionage Act, assorted First Amendment issues implicated in a prosecution of the press, particular defenses under criminal law, the history of the publication of government secrets in the United States, the historical application of the Act, and more.