« Why so much Hart? | Main | Announcement re: Law & Public Affairs (LAPA) Fellowship @ Princeton »

Thursday, November 01, 2007

Reporting the Law: A Year-End Review


New York Law School's Program in Law & Journalism presents:
Reporting the Law: A Year-end Review
November 8, 2007
12:15 p.m. Lunch | 12:45 p.m. Panel Discussion
Stiefel Reading Room, 57 Worth Street, New York, NY

On Nov. 8, a distinguished panel of journalists and lawyers will discuss and evaluate how well the media reported the most important legal issues of the year.

Which stories were overemphasized simply because they made "good TV?" Which stories were ignored because they did not? Did journalists get the story, and did they get it right? And, most important, what was the impact on the public of their decisions and omissions? In a 24/7 news environment, it is time for a spirited discussion of these important questions, and lunch. Check out our Web site: www.nyls.edu/plj. There is no fee to register, but registration is required. Send e-mail to: [email protected].

Panelists include: Lis Wiehl (moderator) (Fox News), Lisa Bloom (CourtTV), David Lat (AboveTheLaw.com), Mark Obbie (Syracuse University), Jeanine Pirro (TV Legal Analyst).

More information about the participants and the Program can be found at this link.

Posted by Administrators on November 1, 2007 at 12:56 AM in Life of Law Schools | Permalink


TrackBack URL for this entry:

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Reporting the Law: A Year-End Review: