The Media Freedom and Information Access Clinic is highlighted for the amicus brief submitted in United States v. Mackey. Visiting Clinical Lecturer Tobin Raju, and students Victoria Maras ’25 and Ben Menke ’25 are mentioned.
Today, the Information Society Project (ISP) at Yale Law School published “Uniformity and Fragmentation in the Digital Public Sphere,” a collection of six essays that explores the increasing uniformity of the global digital public sphere.
The Access and Accountability Conference (AAC) returned for its sixth edition this year and gathered legal scholars, practitioners and journalists to discuss protecting newsgatherers, promoting transparency, and enabling government accountability
The Floyd Abrams Institute for Freedom of Expression at Yale Law School announced that it will receive a grant from the Stanton Foundation to engage in a two-year project that will focus on the Press Clause of the First Amendment.