Supreme Court and the Press
A panel of law professors and journalists talked about the New York Times v. Sullivan Supreme Court case, and the relationship between the… read more
A panel of law professors and journalists talked about the New York Times v. Sullivan Supreme Court case, and the relationship between the Supreme Court and the press. They spoke about how the Supreme Court has interpreted the press clause in the First Amendment over the years, and impact of these rulings on journalism and free speech.
This panel was part of an event held at the University of Georgia to celebrate the 50th anniversary of New York Times v. Sullivan, the Supreme Court case that strengthened the protection of the press against accusations of libel or defamation. close
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