Covering the U.S. Supreme Court
Former Supreme Court reporter Linda Greenhouse talked about her career with retired Associate Justice Sandra Day… read more
Former Supreme Court reporter Linda Greenhouse talked about her career with retired Associate Justice Sandra Day O’Connor. Walter Dellinger made introductory remarks, and Ronald Collins moderated.
Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Linda Greenhouse retired from the New York Times in June 2008 after covering the U.S. Supreme Court for 30 years. She would begin teaching at Yale University Law School in January 2009 as the Knight distinguished journalist-in-residence and Joseph M. Goldstein senior fellow.
“The Career of Linda Greenhouse: A Dialogue” was a Journalism and Justice program of the First Amendment Center at the Newseum. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Ronald K. L. Collins Fellow Washington
- Walter E. Dellinger III Professor Emeritus Duke University->Law School
- Linda Greenhouse Correspondent (Former) New York Times->Supreme Court
- Sandra Day O'Connor Associate Justice (Former) U.S. Supreme Court
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