Legal Scholarship, Journalism, and New Media

Date: March 31 – April 1, 2016
Speaker: Solangel Maldonado, Jane C. Murphy, Kermit Roosevelt

Tracks: General or Core Programs

In an age of digital media, “talking heads,” and the 24-hour news cycle, what is or should be the distinction between legal scholarship and journalism? Can (should) legal scholarship incorporate aspects of journalism? Can (should) it better leverage the immediacy and interactivity offered by the Internet and other new media?

This recording was provided by the University of Baltimore Law Library and the University of Baltimore School of Law and presented at The Fate of Legal Scholarship in American Law Schools Conference.

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