Whistleblowers, Reporter Surveillance and the First Amendment

Charles D. Tobin
KU Law's American Constitution Society chapter will welcome Charles D. Tobin, a D.C. litigator who chairs the First Amendment practice for Holland & Knight. Tobin will discuss the history of whistleblowers' and journalists' sources and their impact on news reporting in the digital age. Lunch provided.
September 17, 2013
12:30 pm
Green Hall, 104
785-864-4550
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