Press Rights at Peaceful Assemblies Abroad: A Discussion with Dr. Jonathan Peters
Dr. Jonathan Peters is an Assistant Professor at Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communications, and an affiliate faculty member in the School of Law. He specializes in communication law and policy, and is the press freedom correspondent for the Columbia Journalism Review. Dr. Peters is a volunteer First Amendment lawyer for the Student Press Law Center and the ACLU. Recently, he completed a project with the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe that developed legal guidelines for press rights at peaceful assemblies in Europe.
Brown bag lunch, light refreshments served.
Co-sponsored by the International Law Society.