Attorneys, judges, and law professors talked about ways to make the courts more open and transparent to the public. Topics included media coverage of major court cases, cameras in courtrooms, and the role of the Internet.
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Ifill, Sherrilyn Professor University of Maryland, Baltimore->School of Law
- Jarrett, H. Marshall Director Department of Justice->Executive Office of U.S. Attorneys
- Keenan, Barbara Judge U.S. Court of Appeals->Fourth Circuit
- King, Robert Bruce Judge U.S. Court of Appeals->Fourth Circuit
- Toobin, Jeffrey Senior Analyst CNN->Legal Affairs
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